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artificer

[ ahr-tif-uh-ser ]
/ ɑrˈtɪf ə sər /
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noun

a person who is skillful or clever in devising ways of making things; inventor.
a skillful or artistic worker; craftsperson.

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Origin of artificer

1350–1400; Middle English <Anglo-French artificer, perhaps <Medieval Latin artificiārius;see artifice, -er2
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British Dictionary definitions for artificer

artificer
/ (ɑːˈtɪfɪsə) /

noun

a skilled craftsman
a clever or inventive designer
a serviceman trained in mechanics
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