skilled workman

noun
a worker who has acquired special skills
Hypernyms: ↑worker
Hyponyms:
aquanaut, ↑oceanaut, ↑armorer, ↑armourer, ↑aviator, ↑aeronaut, ↑airman, ↑flier, ↑flyer, ↑baker, ↑bread maker, ↑balloonist, ↑butcher, ↑slaughterer, ↑calligrapher, ↑calligraphist, ↑coiner, ↑minter, ↑moneyer, ↑cook, ↑craftsman, ↑artisan, ↑journeyman, ↑artificer, ↑crewman, ↑crew member, ↑cutter, ↑dental hygienist, ↑draftsman, ↑draughtsman, ↑draftsperson, ↑dyer, ↑editor, ↑editor in chief, ↑electrician, ↑lineman, ↑linesman, ↑engraver, ↑esthetician, ↑aesthetician, ↑fisherman, ↑fisher, ↑founder, ↑framer, ↑fumigator, ↑galvanizer, ↑galvaniser, ↑gilder, ↑grip, ↑harpooner, ↑harpooneer, ↑hunter, ↑huntsman, ↑indexer, ↑laminator, ↑lobsterman, ↑lockmaster, ↑lockman, ↑lockkeeper, ↑mender, ↑repairer, ↑fixer, ↑mortician, ↑undertaker, ↑funeral undertaker, ↑funeral director, ↑mounter, ↑official, ↑functionary, ↑oilman, ↑optician, ↑lens maker, ↑painter, ↑perfecter, ↑phlebotomist, ↑plaiter, ↑plasterer, ↑plater, ↑power worker, ↑power-station worker, ↑printer, ↑pressman, ↑projectionist, ↑refiner, ↑refinisher, ↑renovator, ↑restorer, ↑preserver, ↑riveter, ↑rivetter, ↑router, ↑sailor, ↑serviceman, ↑military man, ↑man, ↑military personnel, ↑shearer, ↑skinner, ↑smith, ↑metalworker, ↑technician, ↑tuner, ↑piano tuner, ↑turner, ↑turtler, ↑voicer, ↑vulcanizer, ↑vulcaniser, ↑wallpaperer, ↑wall-paperer, ↑wireman, ↑wirer

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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