toymaker

[ toi-mey-ker ]

noun
  1. a person who makes toys.

  2. a company that manufactures toys.

Origin of toymaker

1
First recorded in 1955–60; toy + maker

Words Nearby toymaker

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How to use toymaker in a sentence

  • Enjoy your hate, wallow in hating, and in the end all Shainsa will fall prey to the toymaker, like Miellyn.

    The Door Through Space | Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • They beat with delicate insistence against the toymaker's prisoning fingers.

    The Door Through Space | Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • Mr. toymaker tried to sell his toys in the crowded market place of Bayreuth.

    Mitz and Fritz of Germany | Madeline Brandeis
  • The toymaker family gazed upon beautiful, vine-covered hillsides and villages where people live by the making of wine.

    Mitz and Fritz of Germany | Madeline Brandeis
  • A short time later, Mr. toymaker looked about and could not find Fritz and Mitzi.

    Mitz and Fritz of Germany | Madeline Brandeis