"It's the tailor, the bootmaker and the shirtmaker," said Dearborn.
There was always something or other to order at his tailor's or his shirtmaker's.
Then he talked about his stable, his tailor and his shirtmaker.
The immense shirt seen in the illustration below was constructed for a shirtmaker at Sioux City, Iowa.
How could they work together, seeing that she is a shirtmaker and he a cloakmaker.
The sewing-girl, like Hood's shirtmaker, scarcely fears the 'phantom of grisly bone.'