Definition of clockmaking in English:

clockmaking

noun

  • See clockmaker

    • ‘Here he kept his technological objects and here he practised the arts of turning, surveying, clockmaking and cabinetmaking.’
    • ‘It would not be surprising if Cannon had moved either from carpentry into clockmaking or clockmaking into carpentry.’
    • ‘A small anvil and riveting hammer are of the types used in clockmaking and were made in Lancashire.’
    • ‘William Potts, son of a Darlington clockmaker, set up his own clockmaking business in 1833 in Pudsey.’
    • ‘After much research he got in touch with one of the most renowned clockmaking firms in Ireland.’