As for work, the blacksmith reveled in it, and made it practically his only vice.
But what is to become of the blacksmith, the carpenter, and all the rest?
He can tinker up almost anything, and that eliminates the blacksmith.
The blacksmith talked, and Yates listened, putting now and then a mark on his cuff.
The kind of clothing worn by a man whose tailor is a blacksmith.
I ain't got none, but th' blacksmith'll fit you out all right.
There is not a blacksmith but is at his forge from morn to night at work upon pike-heads.
Northward he would have to pass the mill and blacksmith's shop at the cross-roads.
She borrowed it from the blacksmith; and he springs from a nice family too!
Whenever a problem arose she thought immediately of the blacksmith and was consoled.