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seamster

[ seem-ster or, especially British, sem- ]
/ ˈsim stər or, especially British, ˈsɛm- /
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noun
a person whose occupation is sewing; tailor.
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Origin of seamster

before 1000; Middle English semster(e), Old English sǣmestre, sēamystre, feminine derivative of sēamere tailor; see seam, -ster
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