@Volt age that is the fault of the English language it so often an aggressive war like language. The many different semantic meanings often make it difficult to achieve peace.
That is why we get so many misunderstandings when speaking or writing English.
a) You said ???****
b) no I didn't you started it! you said your husband was sick and a very good craftsman.
a) no he's not sick he's just a little ill and a bit off colour and my husband is more of a skilled craftsman than yours
b) I never said your husband was unskilled I just said my husband was a craftsman.
a) so is mine you ** please retract your words.
b) but my husband is a craftsman that takes skill.
a) well my husband is a skilled trades person so he must have a craft.
b) we have all got skills and we all have our own crafts and my husband is not sick he is just ill
a) but if he is ill he has to be sick doesn't he.
b) no we never say ill in bed.
a) I do or at least where I come from. Sick or ill he still needs a doctor.
b) Yes but is the doctor skilled or does he have a craft.
a) what the heck are you talking about why would a doctor need a craft.
b) well he might be a marine doctor and he needs a sea craft to go from ship to ship island to island
a) you fool not that craft I'm talking about real crafts.
b) well he can't go from ship to ship island to island on a fake craft that would require skill.
a) what makes you think his doctor is a man.
and now we are fast approaching the point of no return.