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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A person, such as a writer, artist, etc, who creates using a diverse range of materials; Also: Someone who continually invents his own strategies for comprehending reality

Usage examples (31)
  • So would that be called ‘la fissure du bricoleur’, then?
  • Via John Palfrey by way of bricoleur. posted by nerdlaw. org at
  • The primitive is a bricoleur rather than an engineer, and bricolage has become one of the basic ideas of structuralism.
  • And so she proved, in small things at first, as translator, courier, embassy bricoleur - what you call jack-of-all-trades - and later as secret agent in the field ...... for more
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