Definition of Artisans

1. Noun. (plural of artisan) ¹



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Definition of Artisans

1. artisan [n] - See also: artisan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Artisans

artiness
artinesses
artinite
artiodactyl
artiodactyl mammal
artiodactyla
artiodactyle
artiodactyles
artiodactylous
artiodactyls
artis
artisan
artisan's lien
artisanal
artisanally
artisans (current term)
artisanship
artisanships
artist
artist's loft
artist's model
artist's proof
artist's workroom
artiste
artistes
artistic
artistic anatomy
artistic creation
artistic licence
artistic license

Literary usage of Artisans

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1. A History of England from the Conclusion of the Great War in 1815 by Spencer Walpole (1912)
"1 The law which prohibited the emigration of artisans had been equally ... Notwithstanding the law many able and intelligent artisans had gone abroad; ..."

2. Propositions Concerning Protection and Free Trade by Willard Phillips (1850)
"It is not for the interest of the country to put off each useful art, until our own artisans have as great skill in it as artisans in countries abroad, ..."

3. A History of Italian Unity: Being a Political History of Italy from 1814 to 1871 by Bolton King (1899)
"In a country, too, where they probably did not exceed 15 per cent, of the population, the artisans were too humble a factor to play any large part in the ..."

4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1865)
"Are there any Jews who, answering to what we call “ artisans,” work as such in any of our large ‘manufacturing towns, or in any of our cotton mills PI know ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1849)
"... 224 in 1000 are found living at 65 and above, and in the midland counties 413 in 1000. Of artisans in this branch 843 in 1000 die under 45 years of age. ..."

6. An Introduction to the Industrial History of England by Abbott Payson Usher (1920)
"... the early period of the Old Empire, but it is not easy to determine the status of these artisans or their relation to possible employers or customers. ..."

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