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craft British & World English

An activity involving skill in making things by hand

craft1 English Thesaurus

the old tailor was proud of his craft

craft2 English Thesaurus

the river was teeming with all sorts of craft

crafts in craft British & World English

Work or objects made by hand

the Craft in craft British & World English

The brotherhood of Freemasons

in craft British & World English

A boat or ship

craft beer British & World English

A beer made in a traditional or non-mechanized way by a small brewery

craft guild British & World English

An association of workers of the same trade for mutual benefit

craft knife British & World English

Another term for utility knife.

craft union British & World English

A trade union of people of the same skilled craft

small craft British & World English

A small boat or fishing vessel

landing craft British & World English

A boat specially designed for putting troops and military equipment ashore on a beach

craft brew in craft beer British & World English

A beer made in a traditional or non-mechanized way by a small brewery

craftwork British & World English

The making of decorative or practical objects by hand as a profession or leisure activity

fieldcraft British & World English

The techniques involved in living, travelling, or making military or scientific observations in the field, especially while remaining undetected

handcraft British & World English

Make skilfully by hand

kingcraft British & World English

The art of ruling as a king, especially with reference to the use of clever or crafty diplomacy in dealing with subjects

parentcraft British & World English

The combination of skills and knowledge that facilitate the rearing of children