Someone who is skilled in their trade; an artisan. (noun)
Examples of word artificer
What kind of maudlin artificer do they think God is?
When we found it was public, we were more concerned to prevent their suspecting that we had any design to conceal it, and openly telling our thoughts of it, we called our artificer, who agreed presently that it was gold; so I proposed that we should all go with the prince to the place where he found it, and if any quantity was to be had, we would lie here some time and see what we could make of it.
On being told these terms the artificer stipulated that he should be allowed the use of his horse Svadilfari, and this by the advice of
The advertisement was sandwiched between a reader advertising a doctor of physick and one for an "artificer," the latter being a ladies 'hair-dresser.
For every one of the four horns there was a cleaving "artificer" to beat it down.
Khur-om, Phoenician artificer, meaning of the name of, 81-u.
It is the image of the watchmaker, the metaphor being that the watch is so complicated that it is difficult for us to imagine its existence without an "artificer" or "designer."
Chronicles 2: 3,11,12; 8: 2,18; 9: 10,21) + The same Change occurs in Chronicles in the name of Hiram the artificer, which is given as  Hiram, Or Huram in (2
Twenty years later, with the Protestant Elizabeth firmly on the throne, English Catholic exiles working from Douai and Rheims in France began producing a new Catholic English Bible, on the principle that if English translations were now unstoppable and "in the hands of every husbandman, artificer, prentice, boys, girls, mistress, maid" then they should at least get it right.