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noun as in expertise, skill

noun as in business, discipline

noun as in water or air vehicle

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Example Sentences

They build their wagons by hand and teach those interested in learning their crafts at various festivals throughout the country.

Afterwards, in the afternoon, campers pick between theater, dance, athletics, and crafts.

The three-day event is a mix of food, beverages, arts, crafts, and live entertainment.

Non-fish eaters should attend the arts and crafts fair or catch a live show at the Salmon Jam.

Hobby Lobby, which sells arts and crafts materials, is owned by devout Southern Baptists.

It was said new factories were being opened to turn out two new air-crafts each month.

At Shrewsbury there appears never to have been an elaborate miracle play presented by the crafts.

The Queen required every family of Hollanders to take an English apprentice in their imported arts and crafts.

He and his family were absent for some days; but a lady in the house invited Mr. Crafts to come in and stay till they returned.

Their development of the arts and crafts has never been equalled in the modern time.


On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crafts, such as: technique, art, dexterity, artistry, expertness, and adeptness.

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