connoisseur[ kon-uh-sur, -soor ]SEE DEFINITION OF connoisseur
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONNOISSEUR
The Emperor, who had been waiting for the invitation, posed once more as connoisseur.
I speak as a connoisseur, for faces are a specialty of mine.
It was there, and he went on inspecting the legs, with the air of a connoisseur.
"You are well known as a connoisseur, Mr. Acton," he went on hurriedly.
Willems was a connoisseur in the drink and an adept at the game.
There were a few etchings, which had evidently been chosen with the skill of a connoisseur.
The Queen is a connoisseur in these matters, and there must be no bungling.
The Duchess looked at it with greed—the greed of the connoisseur.
He is a connoisseur in jewels, and Miss Heredith asked his advice about the necklace.
It was not the type of car to cause cardiac disturbance in a connoisseur.