Apprentices receive instruction free, four marks each semester being charged the journeymen and adults.
Apprentices, journeymen and masters, we should suffer no more.
At this abrupt demand, journeymen and apprentice hastened to the window.
The councillors of princes I will not trust; they are but journeymen.
The modern host of journeymen, with their captains, keen men of business, may represent a great advance upon their predecessors.
There were plenty of carriers, drovers, and their sort, and journeymen artisans.
During the summer of 1791, Paris was the scene of large meetings of journeymen, at which matters of work and wages were discussed.
The journeymen of journalism would have left the truth naked.
The Fauxbourg St. Antoine, is a quarter of the city inhabited entirely by the class of day-laborers and journeymen in every line.
In joiner's shops there are many apprentices and journeymen.
"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.