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workmanship

[ wurk-muhn-ship ]
/ ˈwɜrk mənˌʃɪp /
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noun
the art or skill of a workman or workwoman.
the quality or mode of execution, as of a thing made.
the product or result of labor and skill; work executed.
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Origin of workmanship

First recorded in 1325–75, workmanship is from the Middle English word werkmanschipe.See workman, -ship
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British Dictionary definitions for workmanship

workmanship
/ (ˈwɜːkmənʃɪp) /

noun
the art or skill of a workman
the art or skill with which something is made or executed
the degree of art or skill exhibited in the finished product
the piece of work so produced
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