artificer[ ahr-tif-uh-ser ]SEE DEFINITION OF artificer
Antonyms for artificer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARTIFICER
My purpose was to speak somewhat, as needs must be, of the artificer, the author of this book.
To what Artificer, is not Picture, a great pleasure and Commoditie?
The drops of dew which the artificer had sprinkled on the flowers were diamonds.
The labours of the husbandman and the artificer she has forborne.
You thought the Artificer had designed him for a priest of the church.
Its material may be used, but the structure is the work of the artificer himself.
Tubal-cain was an instructor of every artificer in brass and iron.
There is nothing, necessarily, of an artificer or of broken efforts in this.
They were probably the work of an Italian artificer of the sixteenth century.
It was in this wise that the artificer in pigskin lost his life.
late 14c., "one who makes by art or skill," agent noun from artifice. Military sense dates from 1758.