Examples of mastery in a Sentence
We were impressed by her mastery of the subject.
She achieved a complete mastery of French.
He struggled to gain mastery of his fears.
Recent Examples of mastery from the Web
Trump has shown a mastery at co-opting his opponents, and Romney himself was once a target of such attempts.
His latest gem — a 114-pitch mastery of the Nationals — resulted in a 4-3 victory Thursday night in the opener of a pivotal four-game series.
Extremist tinkering with results can be especially dangerous because search engines and many other apps are designed to inspire a flattering feeling of mastery.
But Krauthammer was arguably a Renaissance man, achieving mastery in such disparate fields as psychiatry, speech-writing, print journalism and television.
The video is nothing if not a statement of ownership and unabashed pride in holding on to a space, a claim to the complicated position of mastery and the role of a master.
Fans of instrumental metal generally have a fondness for jumpcut surprises, technical wizardry, feats of musical mastery and other flourishes that tend toward the prog and art-rock side of things.
Without these two, skill mastery becomes nearly impossible.
Andre Schurrle Scores Germany's Seventh Semi-final contests are often billed as even and tight affairs; ones which are edged by tactical mastery or a moment of magic.
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MASTERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mastery for English Language Learners
: knowledge and skill that allows you to do, use, or understand something very well
: complete control of something
MASTERY Defined for Kids
Definition of mastery for Students
- The wrestler gained mastery over all of his opponents.
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