And journeyman Swedish golfer Johan Edfors, who attended the University of Texas San Antonio, is really no match here.
He'll be played by Grahame Fox, a journeyman Welsh actor who's appeared on the U.K. soap EastEnders and the TV series Casualty.
To play the character, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss cast Pedro Pascal, a journeyman Chilean-American actor.
“I was a journeyman chef of middling abilities,” Bourdain admits.
journeyman players whose only skill is total disregard for their bodies become legends, albeit short-term ones.
At first he had no journeyman or apprentice, and he cut the tree for his own timber.
To-morrow—that is to say, when I am a journeyman—I will go my own way.
I will not allow myself to be used by these lords of the earth as a journeyman, to whom the masters assign work for scanty pay.
He came to the neighbourhood of Kingston first, and worked as a journeyman.
There can be no becoming friendship between the future Lady Lovel and a journeyman tailor.
"qualified worker at a craft or trade who works for wages for another" (a position between apprentice and master), early 15c., from journey (n.), preserving the etymological sense of the word, + man (n.). Figurative depricatory sense of "hireling, drudge" is from 1540s. Its American English colloquial shortening jour (adj.) is attested from 1835.
A skilled artisan who works on hire for master artisans rather than for himself.