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workmanship

workmanship

noun work·man·ship \-ˌship\

: the quality of the work that is done by someone

Full Definition of WORKMANSHIP

1
:  something effected, made, or produced :  work
2
:  the art or skill of a workman; also :  the quality imparted to a thing in the process of making <a vase of exquisite workmanship>

Examples of WORKMANSHIP

  1. The problems were caused by cheap materials and poor workmanship.
  2. The excellent workmanship of the cabinets is remarkable.

First Known Use of WORKMANSHIP

1523

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