upholsterer

[uhp-hohl-ster-er, uh-pohl-]
noun
a person whose business it is to upholster furniture and, sometimes, to furnish and put in place hangings, curtains, carpets, etc.

Origin:
1605–15; earlier upholster in same sense (see uphold, -ster) + -er1

reupholsterer, noun
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upholsterer (ʌpˈhəʊlstərə)
 
n
a person who upholsters furniture as a profession
 
[C17: from upholster small furniture dealer; see uphold, -ster, -er1]

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Example sentences
And if you want to know about heart disease, ask and upholsterer.
He became a skilled furniture upholsterer before leaving high school.
Fill the box loosely with upholsterer's cotton or short lengths of unraveled string.
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