A person skilled at carpentry, the trade of cutting and joining timber in order to construct buildings or other structures. (noun)
A senior rating in ships responsible for all the woodwork onboard; in the days of sail, a warrant officer responsible for the hull, masts, spars and boats of a ship, and whose responsibility was to sound the well to see if the ship was making water. (noun)
A two-wheeled carriage (noun)
Examples of word carpenter
Getting a straight answer out of the carpenter is an exercise in futility.
After all, if my house is damaged, I call a carpenter whose craft is wood.
I called the carpenter, got up all the old chests, and with them and some spars we floated ourselves alongside, and only just in time.
I called the carpenter and asked him if he could do anything to make the boat more seaworthy.
Years passed and Occasion's money was coming to an end; so he called a carpenter and told him to cut up the fig-tree and make him a bottle out of it.