wood butcher

wood butcher

n. a carpenter. See if you can get a wood butcher to fix this broken panel.
See also: butcher, wood
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He says he is a joiner but I would say he's a wood butcher; he makes such a mess.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of Shaker style cupboards, with solid wood butcher's block effect work surface, central cooking island with four ring gas hob and griddle, integral dishwasher, storage pan drawers and wine rack.
The Lyptus wood butcher block extends as a bar lip for extra seating (in all, the Zerbeys can seat 14).
Chop chop with this hefty rubber wood butcher's chopping board, pounds 22.29 from www.play.com Prep like a master with this Raymond Blanc by Anolon Marble pestle and mortar, pounds 30 from www.amazon.co.uk Turn to page 26 for our choice of properties to rent or buy
Why else did God come as a dirt-poor wood butcher instead of Napoleon, Warren Buffet or Spider-Man, if not to be one of us and pray with us the simple prayer of solidarity, and to remind us that, in the words of Oklahoma mystic Merle Haggard: "We'll all be drinkin' that free Bubble Up and eat that rainbow stew."
From a solid wood butcher's block to professional pot sets, Denby china and Edinburgh Crystal, you can kit out a first home with quality items which might be out of the question at normal prices.
Jerry lives in Olympia Fields, IL, with his wife and three daughters and likes to refer to his home, designed by architect John McPherson, as a "wood butcher's dream."