maker

Synonyms and related words:
Meistersinger, Parnassian, actor, agent, ancestors, apprentice, arch-poet, architect, artificer, artisan, artist, artiste, author, bag maker, balance maker, ballad maker, balladmonger, bard, barrel maker, basket maker, beat poet, bed maker, beer maker, begetter, beginner, bell maker, bellows maker, belt maker, blanket maker, block maker, bobbin maker, bodice maker, body maker, bolt maker, bookmaker, bootmaker, bottle maker, bow maker, box maker, brake maker, bread maker, brickmaker, bridge maker, broom maker, brush maker, bucoliast, builder, bullet maker, butter maker, button maker, cabinetmaker, canvas maker, carpet maker, cart maker, casemaker, catalyst, causer, cement maker, chain maker, cheese maker, chest maker, chisel maker, clockmaker, clog maker, cloth maker, coach maker, coffin maker, collar maker, combmaker, conceiver, constructor, copyist, cord maker, coremaker, couch maker, cradle maker, craftsman, crate maker, creator, cup maker, dauber, daubster, designer, deviser, diemaker, discoverer, dish maker, doer, doll maker, door maker, dressmaker, effector, elegist, engenderer, engineer, epic poet, executant, executor, executrix, fabricator, father, fili, founder, generator, grower, hatmaker, idyllist, imagist, inaugurator, industrialist, initiator, inspirer, instigator, institutor, introducer, inventor, jongleur, journeyman, laureate, librettist, major poet, manufacturer, map maker, master, master craftsman, matchmaker, medium, minnesinger, minor poet, minstrel, modernist, mother, mover, occasional poet, odist, old master, operant, operative, operator, organizer, originator, parent, past master, pastoral poet, pastoralist, patriarch, performer, perpetrator, planner, poet, poet laureate, poetress, practitioner, precursor, prime mover, primum mobile, producer, raiser, realizer, rhapsode, rhapsodist, satirist, scop, shaper, shoemaker, sire, skald, smith, sonneteer, subject, symbolist, troubadour, trouveur, trovatore, vers libriste, vers-librist, watchmaker, worker, wright

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • maker — mak·er n: one (as an issuer) that undertakes to pay a negotiable instrument and esp. a note sign a note as maker rather than indorser Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. maker …   Law dictionary

  • maker — n Maker, creator, author denote one who brings something into being or existence. When written with an initial capital letter, all three terms designate God or the Supreme Being; without the capital they ascribe similar but not equivalent powers… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • -maker — suffix ► a person, company, or machine that makes a particular thing: »Who are the policy makers in the department? »a coffee maker → See also DECISION MAKER(Cf. ↑decision maker), MARKET MAKER(Cf. ↑market maker) …   Financial and business terms

  • Maker — Mak er (m[=a]k [ e]r), n. 1. One who makes, forms, or molds; a manufacturer; specifically, the Creator. [1913 Webster] The universal Maker we may praise. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law) The person who makes a promissory note. [1913 Webster] 3.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • maker — ► NOUN 1) a person or thing that makes something. 2) (our, the, etc. Maker) God. ● meet one s Maker Cf. ↑meet one s Maker …   English terms dictionary

  • maker — c.1300, one who makes, also God as creator, agent noun from MAKE (Cf. make) (v.). Specifically, manufacturer by late 14c. To meet (one s) maker die is attested by 1814 …   Etymology dictionary

  • maker — [māk′ər] n. 1. a person or thing that makes (in various senses) 2. Archaic a poet 3. a person who executes, as by signing, a check, contract, etc.; specif., a person who signs a promissory note 4. [M ] God meet one s Maker to die …   English World dictionary

  • Maker — Maker, schwerer Hammer des Schiffszimmermanns …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Maker — Maker, ein schwerer Hammer als Schiffsinventar …   Lexikon der gesamten Technik

  • maker — mak|er [ˈmeıkə US ər] n 1.) a person or company that makes a particular type of goods car/film/shoe etc maker ▪ a quality furniture maker ▪ a leading Japanese computer maker maker of ▪ The makers of the car claim that it uses up to 50% less fuel… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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