workmanship

Part of speech: noun

The quality, manner, or style of work; the work produced.

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Usage examples "workmanship":

  1. " Yo'll find 'em wear well," he said; " they're the best o' leather and the best o' workmanship." - "A Pair of Clogs", Amy Walton.
  2. The instinct of workmanship would be the greatest source of happiness if it were not for the fact that our present social and economic organization allows only a few to satisfy this instinct. - "Manhood of Humanity.", Alfred Korzybski.
  3. They are of the yellow stain and grey type which we have noticed at Troyes and Chalons, but here the workmanship is far superior. - "Stained Glass Tours in France", Charles Hitchcock Sherrill.