Thesaurus / artistry
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NFL history is incomplete without the connection — part athleticism, part artistry, part magic — between passer and catcher.
All I was prepared for was the unprepared creativity of his artistry.
IVRY GITLIS, ISRAELI VIOLINIST WHO MESMERIZED GLOBAL AUDIENCES, DIES AT 98TIM PAGEDECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Our shoppers have always loved bright colors and patterns, well-made designs, and unique artistry—anything that helps authentically express their personalities and individuality.
THE CEO STRIVING TO MAKE VINTAGE, SECONDHAND CLOTHING AS POPULAR AS FAST FASHIONRACHEL KINGSEPTEMBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
That this was "cuisine of striking richness, refinement, sophistication, and artistry" should not necessarily impress us here.
THE CIVILIZATION OF ILLITERACYMIHAI NADIN
That is the mechanism in the lump; but what of the artistry?
BRAMBLE-BEES AND OTHERSJ. HENRI FABRE
He had taken a far more genuine interest in the artistry of ritual.
SOUL OF A BISHOPH. G. WELLS
Revel saw it stretch up before him like a grassy hill, and marveled at the rebels' artistry.
THE BUTTONED SKYGEOFF ST. REYNARD
Wide and varied as her output is, Mrs. Deland has nowhere shown her artistry more finely than in the two Dr. Lavendar volumes.
A HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATUREPERCY H. BOYNTON
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