caner

noun
can·er | \ˈkā-nər \

Definition of caner 

: one who canes chairs

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When Carol Scott died, in 2013, of pancreatic caner, Ms. Long was just as sympathetic. Tammy La Gorce, New York Times, "A New Life for an Old-School Couple," 2 Feb. 2018 There will be demonstrations by a blacksmith, weaver, spinner, knitter, chair caner and wood/stone carver. Rebecca Seymour, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "10 things to do in Lake Country in September," 28 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of caner

1868, in the meaning defined above

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