Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A freemason of the second rank; one above an entered apprentice and below a master-mason.

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Examples

  • Tresham, I believe you are guiltless of having ever essayed to build the lofty rhyme; but you must have known in your day many an apprentice and fellow-craft, if not some of the master-masons, in the temple of

    Rob Roy

  • Flying to the third door, he is killed by the fellow-craft posted there on his refusing to betray the word.

    Alvira, the Heroine of Vesuvius

  • Tresham, I believe you are guiltless of having ever essayed to build the lofty rhyme; but you must have known in your day many an apprentice and fellow-craft, if not some of the master-masons, in the temple of Apollo.

    Rob Roy

  • A Nautilus, or any improved type of canoe, would have been lighter and more easily transported, and could have been paddled at a higher speed with the same effort expended in rowing the heavier sneak-box; but the canoe did not offer the peculiar advantages of comfort and freedom of bodily motion possessed by its unique fellow-craft.

    Four Months in a Sneak-Box

  • The Lion (Leo) is the device of _Judah_; and Jacob compares him to that animal, whose constellation in the Heavens is the domicile of the Sun; the Lion of the Tribe of Judah; by whose grip, when that of apprentice and that of fellow-craft, -- of Aquarius at the Winter Solstice and of

    Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

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