noun, plural crafts·men.
Origin of craftsman
Examples from the Web for craftsman
It gave him, writes Sykes, “the ability to become his own craftsman.”
There are 17 processes herein, which collectively take four years for a craftsman to master.
People take for granted how skilled he was as a craftsman, the simplicity of the writing, and how naturally it came.Joe McGinniss: The Hide of an Alligator, And Then Some|Lloyd Grove|March 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Besides having the knowledge of a craftsman, Govier is a singer of old songs.Thomas Hardy's Dorset|Robert Thurston Hopkins
On hearing the words of the gods, the heart of Marduk moved him to carry out the works of a craftsman.The Babylonian Legends of the Creation|British Museum
She wanted it desperately, as any craftsman, with creative instinct, longs for the tools of his trade.Loyal to the School|Angela Brazil
Here Lug arrives at the gates of Tara and offers his services as a craftsman.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch
Morel, like Brunelleschi, was an architect as well as a craftsman in bronze.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume I (of 3)|Leonard Williams