A textile worker, or machine, that winds cloth (noun)
A spool around which something is wound (noun)
A key or knob for winding a clock, watch or clockwork mechanism (noun)
One of the steps of a spiral staircase (noun)
Examples of word winder
Here I took the wheels off so you can see the skein winder in situ:
One nice feature of the charkha is that there's a skein winder included.
The men pointed and stared for fifteen minutes before the police chief motioned toward a small wishing well protruding from the lower frame of the machine, exclaiming, â€œThe little crank and shaft for the well bucket is the bobbin winder!â€
The freeplay radio and flashlight (although bulky) are worthy objects, especially in isolated environments, but the battery winder is one more gadget that Iâ€™d rather not have.
"Well, sir, I won't say anything about the hextry gas, though a poor widder and sevenpence hextry on the thousand, but I'm thinkin 'if you would give my Rosie a lesson once a week on that there pianner, it would be a kind of set-off, for you know, sir, the policeman tells me your winder is a landmark to' im on the foggiest nights."