expert

[ noun, verb ek-spurt; adjective ek-spurt, ik-spurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF expert

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPERT

Two men look at it—the one with an expert knowledge of painting, the other with none.

Besides, a man must have an audience when he is an expert in swearing.

Linda slid down the side of the canyon with the deftness of the expert.

Becket was a tall, powerful man, expert in the use of weapons.

If this is the case the expert's bill may readily run up to $50.

This principle applies to every one: as well to the beginner as to the expert.

That he should now rank as the most expert pilot on the station was quite to be expected.

Pennington, who was an expert on weather, announced that another storm was coming.

You are quite an expert ventriloquist, but you do not deceive me.

"But I do not expert to be a habitué of the smoking-room," said Miss Earle.

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