handicraft

[ han-dee-kraft, -krahft ]SEE DEFINITION OF handicraft

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HANDICRAFT

Machinery is a triumph of handicraft as truly as sculpture and architecture.

Cellini was remarkable for his readiness and dexterity in handicraft.

We admit so much, but our handicraft was certainly not to blame.

Yet perhaps he succeeded as well in it as he would have done at any handicraft.

The joint is self-wedging and will be of interest to Handicraft Instructors.

It is a real jubilee to practise one's handicraft there on a grand scale.

At the very least it is a handicraft: at the best it is an art.

It is due to Manchester that Indian handicraft has all but disappeared.

The Jews are much oppressed in this place, and live by the exercise of handicraft.

Weel, I never thought the cratur wad hae had the handicraft to do the like!'

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