Definition of mothercraft in English:

mothercraft

Syllabification: moth·er·craft
Pronunciation: /ˈməT͟Hərˌkraft
 
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noun

archaic
Skill in or knowledge of looking after children as a mother.
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  • The new day-only service will be able to address some of these issues and also be a place where mothers can learn mothercraft skills.

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