Definition of handicraftsman in English:

handicraftsman

Line breaks: han¦di|crafts|man
Pronunciation: /ˈhandɪkrɑːf(t)smən
 
, ˈhandɪkraf(t)smən
 
/
(or handicraftswoman)

noun (plural handicraftsmen or handicraftswomen)

A worker skilled in making objects by hand: the apparatus and tools used by the handicraftsmen
More example sentences
  • The pupil leaving such a school would be a skilful handicraftswoman.
  • Although little is known about the economic roles of Russian urban women outside the household, there are legal references to handicraftswomen.
  • In the twelfth century the actual handicraftsmen found themselves at last face to face with the development of the earlier associations of freemen which were the survivals from the tribal society of Europe.

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