Definition of artistry
1 : artistic quality of effect or workmanship the artistry of his novel
2 : artistic ability the artistry of the violinist a lawyer's artistry in persuading juries
Examples of artistry in a Sentence
We admired the singer's artistry.
the artistry of her novel
Recent Examples of artistry from the Web
That can be a downfall if the artistry distracts from the narrative.
Yet despite all the set mechanics involved in cooking the meat, there’s an artistry to the process, too.
By Julia Sherman Never has lettuce looked so mouthwateringly appealing as in this ode to vegetable-forward artistry.
Martsch’s artistry grew out of the 1980s — an era when punk met pop in a serious way.
Such a performance would be well worth the price of admission, but these concerts also feature one of the world’s most accomplished pianists, Marc-Andre Hamelin, showing off his artistry on Joseph Haydn’s 11th Piano Concerto.
Because Rookwood stressed its artistry, most pieces are well-marked.
There’s artistry in Nadal’s capacity to go from defense to offense in a single stroke, and in his ability to generate ungodly spin on shots whose angles defy the laws of geometry.
With a great deal of artistry, the vocalist has broken down the staid image of the bailaora flamenca.
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First Known Use of artistry
ARTISTRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of artistry for English Language Learners
: artistic ability or skill
: a quality that results from artistic ability or skill
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