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Seamstress vs. Sewer

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Seamstressnoun

A woman who sews clothes professionally.

Sewernoun

A pipe or system of pipes used to remove human waste and to provide drainage.

Seamstressnoun

A woman whose occupation is sewing; a needlewoman.

Sewernoun

A servant attending at a meal who is responsible for seating arrangements, serving dishes, etc.

Seamstressnoun

someone who makes or mends dresses

Sewernoun

One who sews.

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Seamstressnoun

a woman who sews, especially one who earns her living by sewing.

Sewernoun

A small tortricid moth, the larva of which sews together the edges of a leaf using silk.

‘the apple-leaf sewer, Phoxopteris nubeculana’;

Sewerverb

(transitive) To provide (a place) with a system of sewers.

Sewernoun

One who sews, or stitches.

Sewernoun

A small tortricid moth whose larva sews together the edges of a leaf by means of silk; as, the apple-leaf sewer (Phoxopteris nubeculana)

Sewernoun

A drain or passage to carry off water and filth under ground; a subterraneous channel, particularly in cities.

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Sewernoun

Formerly, an upper servant, or household officer, who set on and removed the dishes at a feast, and who also brought water for the hands of the guests.

‘Then the sewerPoured water from a great and golden ewer,That from their hands to a silver caldron ran.’;

Sewernoun

a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water

Sewernoun

someone who sews;

‘a sewer of fine gowns’;

Sewernoun

misfortune resulting in lost effort or money;

‘his career was in the gutter’; ‘all that work went down the sewer’; ‘pensions are in the toilet’;

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