métier

[ mey-tyey, mey-tyey ]SEE DEFINITION OF métier

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MÉTIER

No man invents a metier without a strong element of success.

He was one with his idea and his metier, and that is sufficient.

Fighting seemed their metier and most of them preferred it to the monotony of working a mine.

Our metier is not to compare, but to take what pleases us from each.

It spins to brave music, this peg-top, but its metier is to spin.

He had the perfect gift of the charlatan, and he had discovered his metier.

Alas, I have been amazingly lazy; it was my metier to look on.

"It wasn't their metier, or the metier of their times," said Miss Virginia with conviction.

She has the money and the taste, and with her, even more than with the Parisienne of the beau monde, being charming is a metier.

He was not ashamed of his metier and allowed no threats nor pleas nor argument to disturb him.

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