Craftsmanship [noun]

Definition of Craftsmanship:

skill, creativity

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Quality craftsmanship also means that the toaster will perform as expected over and over again, preparing your food just the way you like it breakfast after breakfast.

The partnership brings together two iconic American brands combining Coach’s legacy of craftsmanship and Champion’s hold on the athletic market.

One of the area’s most notable developments is Maddox House, a collection of residences with meticulous craftsmanship, thoughtful design, and exceptional finishes.

Promising “premium craftsmanship inside,” the company boasts that the aircraft would be a luxurious way to jaunt from rooftop to rooftop in the future.

Those rooted in place channel the spirit of the cultures from which they come and are ambassadors for local craftsmanship and ingenuity.

The form is so perfect, mature, and full of style—in the sense that the intention and craftsmanship are everywhere concealed.

A story of absorbing interest turning on a complicated plot worked out with dexterous craftsmanship.

Let me point out that this scene is another example of Wagner's stage craftsmanship at its best.

But the music is by no means uniformly of Wagner's best; for pages on pages his sheer craftsmanship fairly gallops away with him.

There is a certain new force about the story, a kind of master-craftsmanship and mental dominance that holds the reader.