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
And especially since the 1980s, pop has been the domain of a particular type of entertainer: a virtuoso performer, visual artist, cultural maven, pop arbiter, and chart baron known as a pop star.
There may be signs that real change is coming: Tanya Holland, Oakland’s soul food maven who made her name at Brown Sugar Kitchen, is finally opening an outpost in San Francisco.
For art mavens, desert road-trippers, and anyone interested in the sorts of prehistory-referencing spiritual ceremonies popularized by Burning Man, Stone Circle will soon become a landmark on the West Texas tourist circuit.
Social media maven Kim Kardashian West lost about 1.5 million followers.
Los Alamitos nighttime weekend preview This weekly segment is in the hands of Orlando Gutierrez, marketing and media maven at Los Al.
But for those of us on staff, as well as for everyone who turns to BA for its recipes, Claire is our dessert maven.
However, the Garden Feast Luncheon keynote speaker on May 23 was one our most famed farmers: Slow Food maven Alice Waters.
For many Miami fashion mavens, the cost of doing business with these individuals is too high, said Zhang Hantao, a representative for the Chinese Chamber.
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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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