cognoscenti

[ kon-yuh-shen-tee, kog-nuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cognoscenti

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His works were passed over as beneath the notice of the cognoscenti.

It was but lately that I dined with a group of the Cognoscenti.

Chopin writes: I have the cognoscenti and the poetic natures on my side.

In front of it Lance met two cognoscenti of his acquaintance.

And so the selection of an eleven against the Cognoscenti went on in the usual old-fashioned style.

Amazed at the national glory, she had never asked this sacrifice of French cognoscenti.

The learned Dusaux is said to lead the band of this new tribe of amateurs and cognoscenti.

His imitations of Anacreon, and the soft bard of Erin, have on many occasions puzzled the cognoscenti of Eton.

This gave time to the cognoscenti to remark her costume, which was ravishing, and to try to see her feet; but they were too small.

Oh, I assure you, our cognoscenti have very good table manners indeed!

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