American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A woman who practices a craft with great skill.
- n. A female artisan.
- craft's + woman (Wiktionary)
“This master craftswoman is getting a mite peckish.”
“And don't miss the pottery next door – another McGowan is the craftswoman turning out gloriously glazed bowls, tea mugs and the like.”
“They tell us that she was helped with her toilette by an ornatrix (a dresser) called Pamphilia and that a sarcinatrix (craftswoman) called Athenais mended her clothes.”
“You are a splendid craftswoman — writing history that seems authentic, dealing honestly with religion, and putting your characters in heart-wrenching dilemmas.”
“Would I be happy to stay forever within the square, being a competent craftswoman?”
“Any clarity and universality is a byproduct of a master craftswoman.”
“Pitt, Nancy Louise, circa 1855 - circa 1900, Labette County, early Kansas settler and craftswoman”
“The puffy sweater had been given to him as a Christmas gift by his Jewish mother and atheist father, purchased from a local craftswoman who lived near them in Maine.”
“But Hellman was also a shrewd craftswoman who knew how to keep a crowd on the edge of its collective seat, and this revival of her best-remembered play is maximally effective.”
“Having directed her husband and other solo performers, like Danny Hoch, she's become a craftswoman of the medium.”
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