workmanship

[wurk-muhn-ship]
noun
1.
the art or skill of a workman or workwoman.
2.
the quality or mode of execution, as of a thing made.
3.
the product or result of labor and skill; work executed.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English werkmanschipe. See workman, -ship

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workmanship (ˈwɜːkmənʃɪp)
 
n
1.  the art or skill of a workman
2.  the art or skill with which something is made or executed
3.  the degree of art or skill exhibited in the finished product
4.  the piece of work so produced

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Example sentences
Pay attention to the proposal's workmanship: the writing, the scope of the
  project, the level of detail used to describe it.
The note is printed by the photomechanical process, and is of fair workmanship
  and on good paper.
The medal, which is about the size of a fifty-cent piece, is a fine piece of
  workmanship.
Fakes proliferate, along with charlatans and second-rate workmanship.
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