artiste[ ahr-teest; French ar-teest ]SEE DEFINITION OF artiste
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARTISTE
An artiste with short arms can never, never make a fine gesture.
I was willing to humour the poor fellow, who must have been as poor a manager as he had been an artiste.
He frequently spoke in verse when he wished to reprimand an artiste.
The Queens threw their bouquets to the French artiste, amidst applause.
To the daughters of my master I give the artiste's name—why not?
It's a very good thing in the artiste that the public does not exist for her at all.
This opinion is highly favourable to the Artiste and the art.
Lily had heard an artiste say that Harrasford was visiting the Astrarium.
She wondered what old Martello would say if he heard that: Jimmy an artiste!
Pa was an artiste; he had thought of a thousand things since his trip to Brighton.