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1. journeyman

noun. ['ˈdʒɝːniːˌmæn'] a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft.

Synonyms

  • ceramicist
  • mason
  • clocksmith
  • glass cutter
  • craftsman
  • miller
  • weaver
  • construction worker
  • glass-cutter
  • hard hat
  • stylist
  • plumber
  • roofer
  • window trimmer
  • cosmetician
  • animal stuffer
  • beautician
  • ceramist
  • clockmaker
  • window dresser
  • die-sinker
  • woodworker
  • hairstylist
  • shop mechanic
  • currier
  • glassblower
  • artisan
  • paperer
  • bookbinder
  • gold-beater
  • coachbuilder
  • cooper
  • welder
  • woodman
  • skilled workman
  • paperhanger
  • taxidermist
  • machinist
  • artificer
  • hairdresser
  • thrower
  • rigger
  • glazier
  • stuffer
  • styler
  • mechanic
  • rope-maker
  • luthier
  • stonemason
  • glazer
  • goldbeater
  • woodsman
  • diesinker
  • steamfitter
  • upholsterer
  • barrel maker
  • glassworker
  • pipe fitter
  • roper
  • skilled worker
  • coppersmith
  • wright
  • ropemaker
  • tanner
  • trained worker
  • diemaker
  • potter

Antonyms

  • civilian
  • nonmechanical
  • idle
  • stand still

Etymology

  • -man (English)
  • journey (English)
  • journee (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Journeyman

  • anchorman
  • assemblyman
  • batman
  • bogeyman
  • bogeyman
  • businessman
  • businessman
  • caveman
  • clergyman
  • cooperman
  • counterman
  • doorman
  • fisherman
  • fishman
  • flagman
  • forman
  • frogman
  • furman
  • gamesman
  • glassman

Sentences with journeyman


1. Noun, singular or mass
Provide the clerk with your contractor's license as well as your work log and journeyman's card.

2. Adjective
Work your way through the apprenticeship program to become a journeyman electrician in your chosen field.

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