draughtsman

draughtsman
Synonyms and related words:
CD, IOU, MO, abbreviation, abbreviature, abrege, abridgment, abstract, acceptance, acceptance bill, air current, arrangement, article, attraction, autograph, bag, bang, bank acceptance, bank check, beverage, bill, bill of draft, bill of exchange, black and white, blackmail, blank check, blueprint, booster, booster dose, booster shot, boot, brainchild, brief, brouillon, bumper, call, call for, call-up, capsule, cartoon, certificate, certificate of deposit, certified check, charcoal, charcoal drawing, chart, check, checkbook, cheque, chiaroscuro, claim, commercial paper, compend, composition, compulsory military service, computer printout, condensation, condensed version, conscript, conscription, conspectus, contribution, copy, crayon, crosscurrent, current, current of air, debenture, deck, delineation, demand, demand bill, demand draft, demand for, design, diagram, digest, displacement, document, doodle, dose, downdraft, draft, draft call, drafted man, draftee, drafting, drag, drain, dram, draw, drawing, drayage, drench, drink, drop, dropping, drug packet, due bill, duty, ebauche, edited version, edition, elevation, engrossment, enlistee, enlistment, enrollee, enrollment, epitome, esquisse, essay, exaction, exchequer bill, extortion, extortionate demand, extraction, fair copy, fall wind, fiction, figure, final draft, finished version, first draft, fix, flimsy, flow of air, following wind, gargle, graph, ground plan, gulp, guzzle, haul, haulage, hauling, head, head wind, heave, heaving, heavy demand, hit, holograph, house plan, hymnal, hymnbook, ichnography, imposition, impost, impressment, indent, indraft, inductee, induction, inflow, inhalation, injection, inrush, insistent demand, inspiration, instrumental score, jetstream, jigger, jolt, katabatic wind, lap, letter, letter of credit, levy, libation, libretto, line drawing, literae scriptae, literary artefact, literary production, literature, lucubration, lug, lute tablature, mainlining, manuscript, matter, mobilization, money order, monsoon, movement of air, music, music paper, music roll, musical notation, musical score, muster, narcotic shot, negotiable instrument, nip, nonfiction, nonnegotiable demand, notation, note, note of hand, notice, opera, opera score, opus, orchestral score, order, original, outline, overdose, overview, pandect, paper, parchment, part, pastel, pattern, peg, pen-and-ink, pencil drawing, penscript, piano score, piece, piece of writing, play, plot, poem, popping, portion, postal order, potation, potion, precis, press, printed matter, printout, production, profile, projection, promissory note, pull, pulling, pulling power, quaff, raw recruit, reading matter, recension, recruit, recruiting, recruitment, requirement, requisition, review, rookie, rough, rough copy, rough draft, rough outline, round, round of drinks, rubric, rush, rush order, score, screed, scrip, script, scrive, scroll, selectee, selective service, sheet music, short score, shortened version, shot, sight bill, sight draft, silhouette, silver-print drawing, sinkage, sinopia, sip, skeleton, sketch, skin-popping, slurp, snifter, snort, songbook, songster, spot, strain, stream, stream of air, study, submergence, submersion, suck, summons, sup, survey, swig, swill, syllabus, synopsis, tablature, table, tail wind, tax, taxing, tenderfoot, text, the written word, thumbnail sketch, time bill, time draft, topical outline, tot, towage, towing, tracing, traction, tractive power, trade acceptance, trainee, transcript, transcription, treasury bill, tribute, tug, tug-of-war, tugging, typescript, ultimatum, undercurrent, updraft, version, vignette, vocal score, voucher, warning, warrant, wet, wind, work, working drawing, writing, written music

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Draughtsman — Draughts man, n.; pl. {Draughtsmen}. 1. One who draws pleadings or other writings. [1913 Webster] 2. One who draws plans and sketches of machinery, structures, and places; also, more generally, one who makes drawings of any kind. [1913 Webster] 3 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • draughtsman — 1660s, from gen. of DRAUGHT (Cf. draught) + MAN (Cf. man) …   Etymology dictionary

  • draughtsman — (or draughtswoman) ► NOUN 1) a person who makes detailed technical plans or drawings. 2) an artist skilled in drawing. 3) variant spelling of DRAFTSMAN(Cf. ↑draftsman). DERIVATIVES draughtsmanship noun …   English terms dictionary

  • draughtsman — [drafts′mən, dräftsmən] n. pl. draughtsmen [drafts′mən, dräftsmən] 1. Brit. sp. of DRAFTSMAN 2. Brit. any of the pieces used in playing draughts draughtsmanship n …   English World dictionary

  • Draughtsman — See also drafter. For the board game piece, see Draughts. A draughtsman or draftsman (the former more often in the UK, the latter more often in the US), is a person skilled in drawing, either: drawing for artistic purposes, or technical drawing… …   Wikipedia

  • draughtsman — [[t]drɑ͟ːftsmən, dræ̱fts [/t]] draughtsmen (in AM, use draftsman) 1) N COUNT A draughtsman is someone whose job is to prepare very detailed drawings of machinery, equipment, or buildings. 2) N COUNT: usu adj N If someone is a good draughtsman,… …   English dictionary

  • draughtsman — UK [ˈdrɑːftsmən] / US [ˈdræftsmən] noun [countable] Word forms draughtsman : singular draughtsman plural draughtsmen UK [ˈdrɑːftsmən] / US [ˈdræftsmən] 1) someone whose job is to draw the plans for something that people are going to make or build …   English dictionary

  • draughtsman — chiefly British variant of draftsman …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • draughtsman — /drafts meuhn, drahfts /, n., pl. draughtsmen. Brit. 1. a checker, as used in the game of checkers. 2. draftsman (defs. 1 4). [1655 65; DRAUGHT + S3 + MAN1] * * * …   Universalium

  • draughtsman — noun /ˈdɹɑːftsmən/ a) A person skilled at drawing engineering or architectural plans. b) A piece in the game of draughts (checkers). Syn: d …   Wiktionary

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