craftsman

[ krafts-muhn, krahfts- ]SEE DEFINITION OF craftsman
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRAFTSMAN

I was beginning to think you were a craftsman, but I believe you're an artist.

The sun is a pointing finger to the craftsman—a disastrous lure to the ignorant.

He could picture the shining face of Craftsman, the Sunday editor, as he read it!

Vocational economics is the economics of the craftsman and of the shop.

The reporter did something else which marked him as a craftsman.

What kind of house did the retailer and the craftsman occupy?

It may be, perhaps, a key which some craftsman of Nuremberg fashioned.

Every inch declares the talent and patience of the craftsman.

It would recreate and nourish the craftsman's pride in his craft.

Also she was greatly amazed to find a craftsman in so great a house.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., craftes man, from genitive of craft (n.) + man (n.1). Written as one word from late 14c. Old English had cræftiga in this sense. Related: Craftsmanship.

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