car•pen•terPronunciation: (kär'pun-tur), [key]
a person who builds or repairs wooden structures, as houses, scaffolds, or shelving.
to do carpenter's work.
to make by carpentry.
to construct (a plot, scene, article, or the like) in a mechanical or unoriginal fashion.
Car•pen•terPronunciation: (kär'pun-tur), [key]
1. John Alden,
1876–1951, U.S. composer.
2. (Malcolm) Scott,
born 1925, U.S. astronaut and oceanographer.
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