from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One who carves or fashions objects from wood.


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  • BRIEF SYNOPSIS: The lame son of a Viking woodcrafter quests for an end to an endless winter.

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  • "I'm also a woodcrafter," I said almost in protest.

    The Death of Chaos

  • As a woodcrafter or even an order-master, I hadn't really thought about that.

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  • Many a woodcrafter had lost a shop to a rag fire, and I didn't want to be one of them.

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  • That means a smith, a woodcrafter or toymaker, and a healer-or someone who's all three.

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  • All this led to the need to reach Fenard, a town large enough for me to seek a woodcrafter who needed an extra hand without raising too many questions.

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  • I appreciate the offer, but, until I finish something of value for Destrin " "As I spoke I could see the woodcrafter relax.

    The Magic of Recluce

  • Few of the other crafters talked to me, for I was only a journeyman working for an excuse for a woodcrafter.

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  • "I wonder if Kyphros needs another good woodcrafter -" I mused instead of confronting myself.

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