cabinetwork

[kab-uh-nit-wurk]
noun
1.
fine furniture or other woodwork, as cabinets, chests, shelves, etc.

Origin:
1725–35, Americanism; cabinet + work

cabinetworker, noun
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cabinetwork (ˈkæbɪnɪtˌwɜːk)
 
n
1.  the making of furniture, esp of fine quality
2.  an article made by a cabinet-maker

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Example sentences
Finally, there is the benefit of separating the cost of cabinetwork from the
  construction cost of the house.
Nobody makes rugs or fine cabinetwork, or carves ladles out of whalebone.
All cabinetwork, including shelves and insides of drawers, shall be
  manufactured with plastic-laminate surfacing.
The elegant geometric simplicity of his designs also reflects his experience in
  interior cabinetwork.
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