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maker British & World English

A person or thing that makes or produces something

maker English Thesaurus

the maker's name is stamped on the back

Maker English Thesaurus

he had gone to meet his Maker

map-maker British & World English

A cartographer

film-maker British & World English

A person who directs or produces films for the cinema or television

image-maker British & World English

A person employed to identify and create a favourable public image for a person, organization, or product

verse-maker British & World English

A person who writes verse; a poet

widow-maker British & World English

A dangerous machine or piece of equipment

Basket Maker British & World English

A member of a culture of the south-western US, forming the early stages of the Anasazi culture, from the 1st century bc until circa 700 ad. The name comes from the basketry and other woven fragments found in early cave sites

coffee maker British & World English

A machine or percolator for making coffee

garment-maker British & World English

A person or company that makes or manufactures clothes

market maker British & World English

A dealer in securities or other assets who undertakes to buy or sell at specified prices at all times

Basket Maker New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

member of an ancient culture of the south-western US

bedmaker British & World English

A person employed to clean and tidy students' rooms in a college, especially at Cambridge

carmaker British & World English

A company which manufactures cars

gunmaker British & World English

A manufacturer of guns

hitmaker British & World English

A successful singer or producer of popular music

toymaker British & World English

A maker or manufacturer of toys

basketmaker British & World English

A person who makes baskets

bootmaker British & World English

A maker of boots and shoes

cheesemaker British & World English

A person who makes cheese

chipmaker British & World English

A company that manufactures microchips

clockmaker British & World English

A person who makes and repairs clocks and watches

dealmaker British & World English

A person who is skilled at bringing commercial or political deals to a satisfactory conclusion

homemaker British & World English

A person, especially a woman, who manages a home

kingmaker British & World English

A person who brings leaders to power through the exercise of political influence

matchmaker British & World English

A person who arranges marriages or initiates romantic relationships between others

moneymaker British & World English

A person or thing that earns a lot of money

moviemaker British & World English

A person who directs or produces cinema films

noisemaker British & World English

A device for making a loud noise at a festivity or sports match

oddsmaker British & World English

A person who works for a bookmaker by predicting a future event, such as the outcome of a race, and setting the odds for betting on it

peacemaker British & World English

A person who brings about peace, especially by reconciling adversaries

playmaker British & World English

A player in a team game who leads attacks or brings other players on the same side into a position from which they could score

policymaker British & World English

A person responsible for or involved in formulating policies, especially in politics

rainmaker British & World English

A person who attempts to cause rain to fall, either by rituals or by a scientific technique such as seeding clouds with crystals

sailmaker British & World English

A person who makes, repairs, or alters sails as a profession

tastemaker British & World English

A person who decides or influences what is or will become fashionable

toolmaker British & World English

A maker of tools, especially a person who makes and maintains tools for use in a manufacturing process

winemaker British & World English

A producer of wine; a winegrower


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