Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of blacksmith.
  • n. the business of a blacksmith

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The trade or process of working in iron.

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Examples

  • BRASSTOWN, N.C. - I am torn between taking a class on applying felted wool to cloth (nuno felting) and blacksmithing, which is a specialty of the John C. C.mpbell Folk

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  • He learned the mechanic's trade, such as blacksmithing and working in shops.

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  • He never intended to keep up "blacksmithing" for good when he leased his farm and came into Riverboro, but proposed to go back to it presently, and by that time Emma Jane would have finished school and would be ready to help her mother with the dairy work.

    Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm

  • Fairgoers can observe old-fashioned pioneer trades such as blacksmithing, basket-weaving, quilting, rope-making and soap-making.

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  • Some of these camps provided them with a look into the past with activities such as blacksmithing, candle making, tomahawk throwing, wood splitting, and black powder rifle shooting.

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  • From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lakeside Park and the Erskine Rest Area, the day will include a juried arts and crafts fair, wagon rides, a penny hunt on the beach for children and demonstrations of pioneer living such as blacksmithing, fire starting, cooking and leather work.

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  • For one thing, Koehler said, he is interested in learning many of the skills the group teaches, such as blacksmithing and cheesemaking.

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  • At the Arts and Crafts Center, up the road, students learn local traditions including blacksmithing, quilting and painting.

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  • Blacksmiths are blacksmithing in the street; cheesemongers are cheesemongering out of makeshift barrows; mothers feeding their children in the rubble where their kitchens stood.

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  • He has been fighting battles since he was 15 years old he grew up strong, chopping wood, blacksmithing and learning the art of sword fighting from his mighty father.

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