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  • noun Plural form of metalsmith.


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  • My head felt like metalsmiths with hammers were shaping it from the inside and my mouth was as dry as if they had gagged me with cloth.

    ceciliatan: The Prince’s Boy, Part 30

  • For the next hour and a half, the kender wandered around and through the festival grounds, continuously discovering new things of interest, such as the locations of all the metalsmiths 'booths; where and when the axe - throwing competition would be held; the judging stand - ards for the rock-splitting contest; which ale tents were best; and where the tastiest dwarven stews could be pur - chased.


  • The people I know who self-identify as geeks are world travelers, scientists, poetry fiends, historians, linguists, swingers, soldiers, metalsmiths, adult film stars - and above all, polymaths.

    Writer Geeks

  • We're learning again to appreciate craftsmanship in design, to appreciate the artisans who are metalsmiths or ornamental plasterers.

    Cynthia Kling: Restoring a House in the City: An Interview With Ingrid Abramovitch

  • The smoke rises from burning wood, cow patties and old tires, meager flames of commerce for kebab shops and bakers, metalsmiths and brick kilns.

    Excerpt: The Warlord's Son by Dan Fesperman

  • The metalsmiths are working outside, banging hot iron into the shape of nails.

    The Pursuit of Happiness

  • The Valley of Honor holds the warriors and hunters of the Orcish brood, sheltering the greatest generals the greenskins have, as well as some of their finest metalsmiths.

    MMOG Nation » World of Warcraft Beta Journal #9

  • While the door and store-room were not proof against metalsmiths with hammers and chisels, even those would take time to break into the room.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Cerryl nodded to the guard, who did not nod back, and kept walking, past the rest of the fine metalsmiths ', past the grain exchange, and finally to the artisans' square.

    The White Order

  • Because of the wind, all the doors were closed, but the shutters were open-enough to show that the metalsmiths were present for any customers.

    The White Order


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