Seamstress in a Sentence
Definition of Seamstress
a woman who’s profession is to sew and alter clothing
Use Seamstress in a sentence
Leaving her job as a waitress, the young woman opened a tailoring shop and became a full-time seamstress.
Placing the tread into the needle, the seamstress prepared to sew the button back on the cardigan.
Without a seamstress to make alterations on short notice, the helpless bride fretted over her extremely long dress.
The upholstery seamstress focused most of her work on repairing furniture coverings.
Spending day after day sewing clothing was a monotonous existence for the bored seamstress.
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