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.
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Lehn’s analog synthesizer mastery is rooted in free improvisation, while Schmickler’s digital synthesis has a foundation in techno.
SpaceX’s mastery of reusability means its launch prices are far lower than those of its competitors.
Between Lemire's storytelling, Sorrentino's art and Stewart's mastery, the first entry in the next great horror series is an impressive accomplishment.
But the former figure skater and inline speed skater managed to learn the specifics of the precision sport with enough mastery in just that short time to make the U.S. Olympic team, surprising many with her unexpected jump to team qualification.
Students take periodic tests measuring mastery, and score a 1, 2, or 3.
Now, Moynihan too is in expansion mode, and once again, his mastery of operating leverage turns a program of modest, prudent growth into a powerful profit engine.
The prestigious Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation Recognition Program is a voluntary process that requires police agencies to demonstrate mastery of 164 law enforcement best practices.
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Origin and Etymology of mastery
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
SynonymsIQ, mastership, command, proficiency
Antonymsimpotence, impotency, powerlessness
Related Wordsvirtuosity; facility, hang; fluency, literacy; experience, expertise, know-how, practice (also practise), skill (s); acquaintance, familiarity, intimacy
Near Antonymsincompetence, incompetency; ignorance, illiteracy, unfamiliarity
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