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craftsmanship

[ krafts-muhn-ship, krahfts- ]
/ ˈkræfts mən ʃɪp, ˈkrɑfts- /
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the art or skill of a craftsperson: Sophisticated craftsmanship created a wide range of stone artifacts and bone tools such as awls, fishhooks, and needles, as well as beads and pendants made from imported shell and copper.The author's craftsmanship is evident in her portrayal of the nail-biting tension between the characters.
the quality of being well-crafted or well-built:Among the examples of fine craftsmanship in this barn are the lap joints and the decorative louvered windows.Her exquisite hats are distinguished by their precision construction, unparalleled craftsmanship, and unique designs.
the product or result of skilled labor or craft: There are several markets offering fruits, vegetables, and traditional craftsmanship.

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