- (rare, nonstandard) The work or skill of a carpenter, carpentry.
- 1983, D. H. Lawrence, Andrew Robertson, James T. Boulton, The White Peacock, page 237:
- We climbed the ladder into the loft that was strewn with farming implements and with carpenting tools.
- 1989, Educational and Psychological Interactions - Issues 93-99, page 60:
- He had not always been a day labourer but learnt carpenting skills from his father who was also a carpenter.
- 2011, Jennifer Tolbert Roberts, Athens on Trial: The Antidemocratic Tradition in Western Thought:
- If a carpenter and a cobbler were to exchange trades, Plato complains, the result would be poor carpenting and cobbling […]
carpenting (plural carpentings)
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