cloakmaker
someone who makes cloaks

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  • clothing — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Wearing apparel Nouns 1. clothing, clothes, apparel, wear, dress, attire, array, raiment, garments, garb, costume, outfit, habiliment, habit, rig, ensemble, caparison, drapery, toilette, fig, wardrobe,… …   English dictionary for students

  • outfitter — n clothier, haberdasher, hosier; costumer, costumier; modiste, couturier, couturiere; furrier, cloakmaker; tailor, Humorous. sartor; seamstress, tailoress; dressmaker …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • garment worker — noun a person who makes garments • Syn: ↑garmentmaker, ↑garment worker • Hypernyms: ↑needleworker • Hyponyms: ↑cloakmaker, ↑furrier, ↑dressmaker …   Useful english dictionary

  • garment-worker — noun a person who makes garments • Syn: ↑garmentmaker, ↑garment worker • Hypernyms: ↑needleworker • Hyponyms: ↑cloakmaker, ↑furrier, ↑dressmaker …   Useful english dictionary

  • garmentmaker — noun a person who makes garments • Syn: ↑garment worker, ↑garment worker • Hypernyms: ↑needleworker • Hyponyms: ↑cloakmaker, ↑furrier, ↑dressmaker …   Useful english dictionary

  • BARONDESS, JOSEPH — (1867–1928), U.S. labor and communal leader. Barondess was born in Kamenets Podolsk, Ukraine. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1888, working in New York City as a cloakmaker. Soon after, he joined the United Hebrew Trades and became a labor organizer …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ROSENBERG, ABRAHAM — (1870–1935), U.S. labor leader. Born in Russia, Rosenberg immigrated to the United States in 1883. He worked as a cloakmaker in New York s sweatshops and by 1885 was active in the immigrant labor movement. Because the American Federation of Labor …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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