noun vir·tu·os·i·ty \-ˈä-sə-tē\

: great ability or skill shown by a musician, performer, etc.

plural vir·tu·os·i·ties

Full Definition of VIRTUOSITY

:  a taste for or interest in virtu
:  great technical skill (as in the practice of a fine art)

Examples of VIRTUOSITY

  1. Her virtuosity on the piano is amazing.

First Known Use of VIRTUOSITY


Other Fine Arts Terms

Gothic, baroque, bas-relief, limn, oeuvre, pastiche, rococo, sfumato

Rhymes with VIRTUOSITY


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