Artisan

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Noun

Artisan (plural Artisans)
  1. A skilled manual worker who uses tools and machinery in a particular craft.
  2. A person who displays great dexterity.

Adjectives for Artisan

indolent; imsubordinate; capable; excellent; first-rate; gifted; accomplished; competent; versatile; consummate; instinctive; true; creative; unerring;purposive; brilliant; conscientious; authentic; supreme; exquisite; cosmopolitan; keeneved; indefatigable; illustrious; great; cynical; world-famous; noted; distinguished; dissipated; weedy; sophisticated; temperamental; dissolute; adverse; melancholy; despairing; soughtafter; pandering; unbusiness-like; impecunious; struggling; harassed; ragged: persecuted; misunderstood;detestable; sensitive; human; local; jealoua; collaborating; fastidious; contemporary; eminent; eccentric; egotistic; excitable, fashionable; talented; outraged; accomplished; vulgar; scenic; native; mature; skilled; well-known; inimitable; musical; liberal;unique; successful; sincere; decorative;technical; modern; renowned; interpretative.

Verbs for Artisan

confound—; encourage—; endow—; extol—; imitate—; inspire—; mark—; patronize—; remunerate—; revere—; —accomplishes; —apprehends; —attempts; —conceives;—contributes; —conveys; —creates; —cultivates; —designs; —displays; —elevates;—embodies; —employs; —endeavors; —entertains; —eschews; —executes; —expresses; —forges; —imbibes; —imitates; —opposes; —paints; —patterns; —portrays;—practises; —presents; —pursues; —renders; —reproduces; —reveals; —scorns; — sketches; —struggles with; —typifies; — unearths; —unfolds; —verses himself in.

Thesaurus

Admirable Crichton; adept; aeromechanic; apprentice; artificer; artist; artiste; attache; authority; connaisseur; connoisseur; consultant; copyist; cordon bleu; crack shot; craftsman; craftswoman; creator; dauber; daubster; dead shot; diplomat; diplomatist; elder statesman; experienced hand; expert; expert consultant; graduate; handicraftsman; handy man; journeyman; machinist; maker; marksman; master; master carpenter; master craftsman; mechanic; mechanician; no slouch; old master; politician; prentice; pro; professional; professor; proficient; savant; shark; sharp; statesman; technical adviser; technician; wright

Etymology

From French artisan < Medieval Latin * artitianus < Latin artitus (skilled), past participle of artire (to instruct in arts) < ars (art, skill).

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