workmanship

[ wurk-muh n-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF workmanship

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They are the masons of the mind, a race of builders, addicted to a workmanship of their own.

There was nothing new in his Rocket, except his own workmanship.

The entire erection was his workmanship, from foundation to ridge.

The image itself was very crude of workmanship and singularly ghastly.

Tables, divans, and rugs of priceless design and workmanship.

His workmanship is always good and betrays Peccatte's influence.

The workmanship in a Tubbs bow is almost unique in its perfection.

The workmanship on the former, however, must be of a very superior order.

So fine is the chipping that to see the workmanship a magnifying glass is necessary.

He was enraptured by the glitter of the gold, and the workmanship of the cup.

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