Definition of masterwork
Examples of masterwork in a Sentence
his most famous novel is regarded as a masterwork of Western literature
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Fergie’s a total steal in the final round, and the perfect puzzle piece to complete this masterworkJoe: Janet Jackson from Rhythm Nation era can serve as the group's de facto guide.
Intriguing though some of these dialogues prove, one rather longs for the Balenciaga masterworks to have been given the run of this space too.
The Zohar is also a masterwork of medieval literature, but much less known than its counterparts, partly because previous translations have been imperfect or incomplete.
Snoop Dogg (2010) Lorde and music theorists agree that Katy Perry's Teenage Dream is her creative masterwork.
But the compilation was just a prelude to her masterwork.
Further south, the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía houses Picasso’s masterwork Guernica within its comprehensive collection of primarily-Spanish 20th century art.
Its collection spans centuries of Spanish art, with masterworks from Velasquez, El Greco, and Goya, as well as diverse European exhibitions of Rubens, Rembrandt, and many more.
The David and Gladys Wright House is considered one of Wright’s late career masterworks, said Victor Sidy, the architect in charge of the home’s renovation.
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Definition of masterwork for English Language Learners
: a great work of art
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