journeyman

[ jur-nee-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF journeyman

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He was dressed simply, like a journeyman artist, whose hands are white.

On completing his education in this business, he worked for a time as a journeyman.

His first situation, as a journeyman, was in Rochester, New York.

The visit of the journeyman printer had been of great value.

On the expiry of his apprenticeship he worked for some time as a journeyman plumber.

Poor Easthope, for such was his name, was a journeyman shoemaker by trade.

To-morrow—that is to say, when I am a journeyman—I will go my own way.

He came to the neighbourhood of Kingston first, and worked as a journeyman.

A journeyman confidently expected to become a master in a workshop of his own.

As a journeyman he served for wages in the employ of a master.

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