maker definition

  • noun:
    • the one that tends to make or manufactures. Often utilized in combination: a policymaker; a drugmaker.
    • Law an event that indications a promissory note.
    • God. Frequently used with a possessive adjective: prayed to her manufacturer for guidance.
    • Archaic A poet.
    • a person who tends to make; someone or thing which makes or produces some thing.
    • Jesus.
    • A poet.
    • a person who signals a check or promissory note, therefore becoming in charge of payment.
    • One who tends to make, types, or molds; a manufacturer; especially, the Creator.
    • The person who makes a promissory note.
    • person who writes passages; a poet.
    • One who tends to make, produces, shapes, types, or molds; particularly (with a capital letter), the Creator.
    • one that composes verses; a poet.
    • The person who makes the promise in a promissory note by affixing their trademark thereto.
    • In bridge, the declaring hand.
    • In shoemaking, the laster (a man or man) who puts the closed uppers of a boot (in hand-sewn work) over the last and connects the bottom product.
    • terms discussing the Judeo-Christian God
    • someone who tends to make things
    • a small business involved with manufacturing some product

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