Examples of maestro in a Sentence
a maestro of the violin
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Musical maestro, movie star, and talk show MC Harry Connick Jr., said a lifelong dream came true on Thursday (Jan. 4), when he was appointed a member of the New Orleans Saints for a day.
Its maestro is driving and shooting with confidence again, too.
Even more so when his wife , a fellow Trotter alum, is the pastry maestro.
Other influences include singer-songwriter M.I.A., Norah Jones, sitar maestro Ravi Shankar, and jazz trumpeters Miles Davis and Jon Hassell.
An incredible trivia maestro, Alexa has an extensive collection of holiday cocktail knowledge (her arsenal includes around 200 cocktail recipes along with information on serving glasses, garnishes, and more).
Lea Michele looking glowy and gorgeous as usual with her team of beauty maestros.
As reported by Sky Sports, the 26-year-old maestro is set to fly back to London, giving Chelsea boss Antonio Conte time to assess the extent of the player's injury ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash against strugglers Crystal Palace.
Wade, who has grown comfortable in his role as second unit maestro, had the ball on the right wing -- beyond the 3-point line -- when James started bolting toward the rim.
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Synonymsace, adept, artist, authority, cognoscente, connoisseur, crackerjack (also crackajack), dab [chiefly British], dab hand [chiefly British], fiend, geek, guru, hand, hotshot, expert, master, maven (also mavin), meister, past master, proficient, scholar, shark, sharp, virtuoso, whiz, wizard
Antonymsamateur, inexpert, nonexpert
Related Wordspro, professional; consultant, hired gun, specialist; addict, aficionado (also afficionado), buff, devotee, enthusiast, fan; craftsman, journeyman; all-rounder [British], jack-of-all-trades, Renaissance man; mistress
Near Antonymsapprentice, beginner, neophyte, novice; dabbler, dilettante; layman, nonprofessional
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