[krafts-woo m-uh n, krahfts-] /ˈkræftsˌwʊm ən, ˈkrɑfts-/
noun, plural craftswomen.
a woman who practices or is highly skilled in a craft; artisan.
noun 1. a labor union composed only of people in the same craft. noun 1. a labour organization membership of which is restricted to workers in a specified trade or craft Compare industrial union
[kraft-wurk, krahft-] /ˈkræftˌwɜrk, ˈkrɑft-/ noun 1. work that requires special skill or artistry, especially a handicraft. 2. a piece of such work.
[kraf-tee, krahf-] /ˈkræf ti, ˈkrɑf-/ adjective, craftier, craftiest. 1. skillful in underhand or evil schemes; cunning; deceitful; sly. 2. Obsolete. skillful; ingenious; dexterous. /ˈkrɑːftɪ/ adjective craftier, craftiest 1. skilled in deception; shrewd; cunning 2. (archaic) skilful adj. c.1200, crafti, from Old English cræftig “strong, powerful,” later “skillful, ingenious,” degenerating by c.1200 to “cunning, sly” (but […]
[krag-ee] /ˈkræg i/ adjective, craggier, craggiest. 1. full of . 2. rugged; harsh; rough. /ˈkræɡɪ/ adjective -gier, -giest 1. having many crags 2. (of the face) rugged; rocklike adj. mid-15c.; see crag + -y (2).