- n. Plural form of craftsman.
“Knowing how to start and operate a business, especially for artists and craftsmen is vital.”
“It was originally designed to accommodate army surgeons who did not have medical degrees and were organized in craftsmen's guilds.”
“Still wish I could remember the name of that short story as it reminds me of another generation of craftsmen from a diffrent era that took pride in their workmanship versus our present generation of a "throw it away consumer society".”
“Given the variety of tasks certain craftsmen performed, such books could be extensive and therefore slow to change.”
“The sense of personal pride taken by the master craftsmen translates into the highest quality and standard of work for Dunhill.”
“But advertising watchdogs have found the French design house guilty of misleading customers with two advertisements depicting its 'craftsmen' - because the bags are not actually made by hand.”
“After the Meiji restoration wholesalers (what we would know as middlemen) took over and started the idea of craftsmen, and apprentices set up in factories where a range of different products could be made (Still handmade though).”
“My wonderful neighbor called the craftsmen and they fixed it that same day!”
“Something had happened that called the craftsmen from a dozen other burrows to the aid of those at the new and lately thronging works, on that shoulder at the mouth of the gorge -- the mine of the Silver Shield.”
“The persons he appeals to are not the magistrates, but the mob; he called the craftsmen together, with the workmen of like occupation (a company of mechanics, who had no sense of any thing but their worldly interest), and these he endeavoured to incense against Paul, who would be actuated as little by reason and as much by fury as he could desire.”
Looking for tweets for craftsmen.