craftless

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English craftles, creftleas, from Old English cræftlēas, equivalent to craft +‎ -less.

Adjective[edit]

craftless (not comparable)

  1. Without a craft; unskilled.
    • 1980, Hyman Bogomolny Grinstein, A Short History of the Jews in the United States
      Ostensibly the reasons given were that craftless people could not readily find jobs []

Etymology 2[edit]

From craft +‎ -less.

Adjective[edit]

craftless (not comparable)

  1. Without craft; boatless, etc.
    • 1926, Alec Tweedie, An Adventurous Journey (Russia-Siberia-China)
      Now one had come to see these craftless rivers, empty stations and poverty instead of wealth.