Examples of maven in a Sentence
an investment maven, he was doing well even when the market was doing poorly
a science-fiction maven who could talk for hours about fictional technology
Recent Examples of maven from the Web
Tributes to George Jones, Waylon Jennings, or Patsy Cline are seen as being within a country singer's wheelhouse: A top 40 maven like Elton John, not so much.
Media maven Joanna Coles takes an explanatory swipe at dating and romance in Love Rules (Harper).
But others have also fallen under the hypnotizing spell of the doll bag, including the Duchess of Cambridge, Rihanna, and not so surprisingly, bold mavens of the fashion world, including Anna Dello Russo and Giovanna Battaglia.
Nothing anyone on the National Security Council staff, in the counsel’s office or from across government can outweigh what the President hears from conservatives on cable television or from his social media maven and communications adviser.
Finally, Allentown map maven Amanda Holt, finds the new court map lacking the court’s own direction.
Here's a quick rundown on famous mavens and slang terms that define the phenomenon.
The tech mavens who develop deep-learning networks and other AI systems are finding out just how fragile their creations are by drilling down to see if the machines really know anything.
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MAVEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of maven for English Language Learners
: a person who knows a lot about a particular subject
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