a person who builds with or dresses stone.
- stone·ma·son·ry, noun
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How to use stonemason in a sentence
Its most famous ghost is Michael, a 17-year-old stonemason who, according to the lore, fell to his death in 1886 while trying to wave to a girl.Checking into a haunted hotel? Here’s how to make the most of it. | Liz Langley | October 29, 2021 | Washington Post
stonemason engineers began inspecting each stone of the complex to ensure that the foundation was still intact.
And now and then a human foible might be recorded by the stonemason without risk of undermining society's foundations.Adventures and Enthusiasms | E. V. Lucas
Not if you was to come and bring a whole stonemason's yard of sculptures along with you, you wouldn't!The Tinted Venus | F. Anstey
There she found the stonemason's widow, emaciated and haggard, with matted hair, evidently dying.Serapis, Complete | Georg Ebers
British Dictionary definitions for stonemason
a person who is skilled in preparing stone for building
- stonemasonry, noun
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