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grand master

noun as in expert player

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He was unnerved when he hired a grand master to tutor her in chess and, after a few months of lessons, she started beating Shaw.

In 2004, he was named Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America.

And that, in a nutshell, is the difference between the novice and the grand master.

Yet one never knows what to expect from a grand master of long range strategy.

Messeigneurs the Cardinal de Lorraine and the Grand-master wish to speak to you in the council chamber.

"You are too much of a grand-master, Monsieur de Guise," said the king, though controlling his anger.

During the time that Catherine was explaining matters to the cardinal, Queen Mary whispered a few words to the grand-master.

The blood spirted forth upon the assistants, and the Grand Master sprinkled the Baphomet.

The discourse ended, he quitted the daïs, approached the Grand Master, and eye to eye fixed him in deep silence.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grand master, such as: champion, master, master hand, past master, specialist, and virtuoso.

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