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Craft

Pronunciation of Craft
/kɹˈaft/, /kɹˈaft/, /k_ɹ_ˈa_f_t/

Synonyms for craft:

Sense 1

craftsman, artisan, stonemason, indirection, carver, craftswoman, underhandedness, deviousness, modeling, saddler, sleight, shadiness, trickiness, tanner, craftsperson, expertness.

Sense 2

mint, vessel, career, shiftiness, base on, sneakiness, create.

Sense 4

model, pursuit.

Sense 5

execute, racket.

Sense 18

line.

barge

pontoon.

deceit

dishonesty.

occupation

work.

vessel

boat.

Other synonyms and related words:

crookedness, patronage, deceit, slickness, carver, execute, imposture, cheating, dissembling, shiftiness, swop, shenanigan, dupery, artistry, hypocrisy, watercraft, deceitfulness, foxiness, finesse, subterfuge, skillfulness, duty, machination, trade wind, subtlety, prepare, guilefulness, fakery, cozenage, guile, cleverness, barter, calling, craftsman, trickery, falsehood, mint, craftswoman, workmanship, job, deviousness, work, trick, ruse, pursuit, craftsmanship, sleight, dodge, underhandedness, invention, business, model, business deal, cheat, ship, dissimulation, create, untruth, masterfulness, traffic, employment, swap, compose, artisan, trickiness, trade, fraud, Canniness, pontoon, line, racket, deception, deal, slyness, chicanery, vocation, wile, Double dealing, stratagem, Subtleness, lighter, profession, crookery, craftiness, craftsperson, blind, Cunningness, art, occupation, chicane, strategy, indirection, duplicity, sneakiness, boat, wiliness, formulate, dishonesty, commerce, vessel, device, caginess, shadiness, modeling, deceptiveness, handicraft, contrivance, artifice, delusion, expertness, maneuver, career.

Sense 2 (noun)

expertness.

Sense 3 (noun)

craftsperson, craftsman, modeling, craftswoman, artisan, carver.

Sense 4 (noun)

indirection, dishonesty, shiftiness, shadiness, sneakiness, underhandedness, trickiness, deviousness.

Sense 5 (noun)

employment, pursuit, business, line, profession, model, vocation, racket, occupation, work, career, base on, create, execute, calling, job, mint.

act (noun)

trade.

boat (noun)

lighter, ship.

business, discipline (noun)

employment, profession, work, handicraft, pursuit, occupation, trade, vocation, career, line, calling.

craft (noun)

cunning, wiliness, foxiness, workmanship, slyness, trade, craftiness, guile, craftsmanship.

cunning (noun)

strategy, wile.

deceit, scheme (noun)

contrivance, artfulness, strategy, foxiness, artifice, Canniness, trickery, craftiness, guile, ruse, stratagem, slyness, subtlety, subterfuge, wiliness, duplicity.

deception (noun)

flimflam.

diplomacy (noun)

subtlety.

dishonesty (noun)

indirection, wiliness.

expertise, skill (noun)

adeptness, dexterity, competence, proficiency, artistry, ability, art, cleverness, adroitness, cunning, aptitude, expertness, know-how, knack, technique.

group (noun)

trade.

guile (noun)

dishonesty, duplicity.

knowledge (noun)

expertise.

method (noun)

technique.

ship (noun)

vessel.

skill (noun)

artfulness, acuity, know-how, facility, competence, genius, talent, capability, adeptness, skill, knack, ability, mastery, aptitude, experience, deftness, expertise, adroitness, dexterity, proficiency, flair, cunning, technique.

trade (noun)

vocation, occupation, profession, work, handicraft, job.

vessel (noun)

boat, ship.

water or air vehicle (noun)

ship, watercraft, boat, vessel.

workmanship (noun)

workmanship.

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