Definition of embroiderer in English:

embroiderer

Pronunciation /ɪmˈbrɔɪdərə/ /ɛmˈbrɔɪdərə/

noun

See embroider

  • ‘We were the embroiderers for Napoleon III and his court.’
  • ‘While the various embroiderers who used this subject matter presumably had no personal experience of floods, the theme would nevertheless have allowed for a focus on concerns and anxieties that were more immediate to them.’
  • ‘While there is no evidence to suggest that embroiderers set out to comment on their source material, their works do nevertheless point to the ways in which the mass media may influence readers' thoughts and ideas.’
  • ‘They are then cut up by the women embroiderers, placed together as three separate widths with different pattern and color front and back, then sewn together again using twisted yellow silk thread.’
  • ‘While these markers of the embroiderers ' identities have been left in place in some of the cloths photographed for this article, one imagines that most buyers would remove them.’

Pronunciation

embroiderer

/ɪmˈbrɔɪdərə/ /ɛmˈbrɔɪdərə/