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craftsmanship

[ krafts-muhn, krahfts- ]SEE DEFINITION OF craftsmanship

Synonyms for craftsmanship

  • craft
  • profession
  • adroitness
  • aptitude
  • artistry
  • dexterity
  • expertise
  • facility
  • imagination
  • ingenuity
  • inventiveness
  • knack
  • know-how
  • knowledge
  • mastery
  • method
  • trade
  • virtuosity
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Antonyms for craftsmanship

  • avocation
  • entertainment
  • ignorance
  • inability
  • incapacity
  • ineptitude
  • lack
  • want
  • science
  • unskill
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRAFTSMANSHIP

Moorish craftsmanship is worth stimulating, and doctors are welcomed for their science.

Wickedness, not death, was suggested, but the craftsmanship was faultless.

He was pushing before him a tea-wagon of wonderful design and craftsmanship.

The join is a technical feature that indicates standards of craftsmanship.

Dublin in its metropolitan days was a true centre of craftsmanship and art.

He attributes this to the old spirit of craftsmanship that held good in his day.

The tapideros were choice examples of Mexican craftsmanship.

The seed of craftsmanship I have tried to describe in this book.

This is a point of craftsmanship in which playwrights often fail; but it is a point of craftsmanship only.

For she was ever lighting on odd and beautiful bits of Nature's craftsmanship.

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.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRAFTSMANSHIP

art

nounskill, creativity
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