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Results for: sewer, seamstress; one who embroiders; one who does needleworkTranslations: 126 / 26
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sewer, seamstress; one who embroiders; one who does needleworkneedleworker
act of making decorative needlework, addition of fictitious details, decorative designs created with ornamental needlework; something embroidered, something with decorative needleworkembroidery
artificial waterway, channel water away from, duct; emptying of liquid; hole in sink or bathtub used for emptying water; (British) sewer pipe, device to remove fluid from wound, discharge into something, draw out (liquid); flow out (liquid); empty slow...drain
background, cloth for needlework, coarse material (used for sails, tents, as a painting surface, etc.); painting which has been painted on canvas, cover something with canvas, cover with canvas; examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions, ...canvas
catch pit, drainage collection area or reservoir, sewer filtercatch basin
cleansing associated with a surgical procedure, dressing table, fixture for disposing of bodily waste, outdoor toilet, receptacle for human feces and urine that is usually equipped with a flushing system to carry waste to the sewer; lavatory, room wher...toilet
concept; opinion; idea, urge, desire, impression, items for needleworknotion
decorate with ornamental needlework, embellish story, make something by sewing, sew pattern into somethingembroider
decorated with ornamental needlework; made in the form of ornamental needleworkembroidered
decorative needlework, embroideryfancywork
device for sewing hems, one who hems garments; attachment for a sewing machine which sews hems, sewer of hemshemmer
lace, stitching, needlework; embroidery on canvas, tapestryneedlepoint
needleworkneedlecraft
needlework made of woolwoolwork
one who embroiders, one who ornaments with needleworkembroiderer
opening with a removable cover through which a person can access a sewer (or boiler, drain, etc.), sewer openingmanhole
pointed tool, short dagger; pointed tool for making small eyelets in needlework;(British) high-heeled shoes, small dagger, stiletto heel, to stab with a stilettostiletto
removal of waste, sewage, sewer system, system of drainage pipes; sewage, drain water; removal of waste water and refuse by means of a sewer systemsewerage
seamstressneedlewoman
seamstress, person who sews and mends clothes as an occupation, dressmakersempstress
sewer building and maintenancesanitary engineering
sewer, one who fastens with stitches; furrower, one who makes grooves, somebody or something that makes seamsseamer
sewer; cavity which holds excrement (Zoology), terminal part of gutcloaca
storm sewerstorm drain
woman who does needlework or embroideryembroideress
woman who makes or alters garments, seamstresstailoress
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