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Use "draughtsmen" in a sentence
"British draughtsmen, which is related to a form of letter brought into fashion by the new English school of designers on wood, among whom may be mentioned Mr. William Nicholson and Mr. Gordon Craig, both of whom have done lettering distinguished by its indication of the medium employed."
"He was in good spirits and obviously happy, and declared that he was doing as well as he could reasonably expect; yet on his discouraged days he admitted that the cost of retaining his draughtsmen was a drain on the profit side of his ledger."
"If, by "engineers tied up in the A400M" you mean the designers and "draughtsmen", surely they will be made redundant so that EADS can reap the benefits of saving their salaries and other associated costs."