Definition of Craftsmen

1. Noun. (plural of craftsman) ¹



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Definition of Craftsmen

1. craftsman [n] - See also: craftsman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Craftsmen

craftiness
craftinesses
crafting
craftless
craftlike
craftmanship
crafts
crafts centre
craftsman
craftsmanlike
craftsmanly
craftsmanship
craftsmanships
craftsmaster
craftsmasters
craftsmen (current term)
craftspeople
craftsperson
craftspersons
craftspersonship
craftswoman
craftswomanship
craftswomen
craftsy
craftwork
craftworker
craftworkers
craftworks
crafty
crag

Literary usage of Craftsmen

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gild Merchant: A Contribution to British Municipal History by Charles Gross (1890)
"After securing the right of convening and the election of deacons, the craftsmen aspired to obtain a share in the government of the burgh. ..."

2. Merchant and Craft Guilds: A History of the Aberdeen Incorporated Trades by Ebenezer Bain (1887)
"CHARTER BY QUEEN MARY IN FAVOUR OF craftsmen 1556. ... and respect that the common wealth cannot long stand without artificers and good craftsmen, ..."

3. The Conflicts of Capital and Labour: Historically and Economically by George Howell (1890)
"Although the merchant-guild consisted chiefly of merchants, craftsmen, as such, ... The separation into classes probably arose by degrees, for the craftsmen ..."

4. A Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Trades' House of Glasgow, Its by George Crawfurd (1858)
"craftsmen ASSOCIATED. KING JAMES the First found it necessary, in 1431, to import craftsmen into Scotland from France and Flanders, in consequence of the ..."

5. The Gild Merchant: A Contribution to British Municipal History by Charles Gross (1890)
"After securing the right of convening and the election of deacons, the craftsmen aspired to obtain a share in the government of the burgh. ..."

6. Merchant and Craft Guilds: A History of the Aberdeen Incorporated Trades by Ebenezer Bain (1887)
"CHARTER BY QUEEN MARY IN FAVOUR OF craftsmen 1556. ... and respect that the common wealth cannot long stand without artificers and good craftsmen, ..."

7. The Conflicts of Capital and Labour: Historically and Economically by George Howell (1890)
"Although the merchant-guild consisted chiefly of merchants, craftsmen, as such, ... The separation into classes probably arose by degrees, for the craftsmen ..."

8. A Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Trades' House of Glasgow, Its by George Crawfurd (1858)
"craftsmen ASSOCIATED. KING JAMES the First found it necessary, in 1431, to import craftsmen into Scotland from France and Flanders, in consequence of the ..."

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