Handcraft Hand"craft` (-kr[.a]ft`), n. Same as {Handicraft}. [1913 Webster]

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  • handcraft — hand craft , hand craft hand craft v. t. to make (something) by hand. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • handcraft — UK US /ˈhændkrɑːft/ US  /ˈhændkræft/ noun [C] PRODUCTION ► HANDICRAFT(Cf. ↑handicraft) …   Financial and business terms

  • handcraft — (n.) O.E. handcræft manual skill, power of the hand; handicraft; see HANDICRAFT (Cf. handicraft) …   Etymology dictionary

  • handcraft — ► VERB (handcrafted) ▪ made skilfully by hand. ► NOUN another term for HANDICRAFT(Cf. ↑handicraft) …   English terms dictionary

  • handcraft — [hand′kraft΄] n. HANDICRAFT vt. to make by hand with craftsmanship handcrafted adj …   English World dictionary

  • handcraft — 1. noun variant of handicraft 2. verb To engage in handcraft or handicraft. See Also: handcrafter …   Wiktionary

  • handcraft — I. noun Date: before 12th century handicraft II. transitive verb Date: 1947 to fashion by handicraft …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • handcraft — n. /hand kraft , krahft /; v. /hand kraft , krahft /, n. 1. handicraft. v.t. 2. to make (something) by manual skill. [bef. 1000; ME; OE handcraeft. See HANDICRAFT] * * * …   Universalium

  • handcraft — hand·craft || hændkræft / krɑːft v. create using the hands, make by hand …   English contemporary dictionary

  • handcraft — verb [usu. as adjective handcrafted] make skilfully by hand. noun another term for handicraft …   English new terms dictionary

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