[woo d-kraft, -krahft]
Origin of woodcraft
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The imagination delights in the woodcraft of Indians, trappers, and bee-hunters.Essays, Second Series
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Woodcraft also enables the scout to find his way, no matter where he is.
First: Fire-making by friction is an interesting experiment in woodcraft.
No woodcraft education is complete without a knowledge of archery.
The old man has taken a fancy to him, and will teach him his woodcraft.The Settlers in Canada</p>
- ability and experience in matters concerned with living in a wood or forest
- ability or skill at woodwork, carving, etc
- skill in caring for trees
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