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Analysis of these perfectly preserved specimens revealed their handlers’ masterful selective breeding techniques.

Eventually, in the novel’s most masterful scene, Annabel’s willfulness and her father’s awkwardness bring down an avalanche of suspicion that shakes this family to its core.

Coming off a masterful Game 3 performance that vaulted the Miami Heat back into the NBA Finals, Jimmy Butler had it going again early on in Game 4.

Here are just a few examples of how Ginsburg’s masterful practice of patience paid off, both for her career and American society.

From Quartz

Earlier this summer, the company released Spike Lee’s latest, the masterful Da 5 Bloods.

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This was done masterfully by Newt Gingrich in the debate before the South Carolina primary.

Meanwhile, The Good Wife masterfully juggles moving parts in every episode, while maintaining a deliberate pace.

On Bates Motel, Vera Farmiga masterfully transforms a would-be harridan into a new kind of protagonist: the sensual hysteric.

His reviews were a unique combination of scholarly, witty, occasionally sarcastic, and masterfully entertaining.

Watch it in high school or college and what you see is an imaginative, masterfully paced thriller, pure and simple.

Koyala covertly studied the resident's profile, so boyish, yet so masterfully stern, as he gazed into the forest depths.

Masterfully he led the girl out through the doorway to the hall.

Bedstemor strode masterfully into the room, and sat down near the little pocket edition of herself.

As he said it, masterfully, she felt herself swept up into his strong young arms.

But another time I write Echo perfectly and masterfully to my own delight: having meant After-glow.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to masterfully, such as: famously, magnificently, splendidly, admirably, distinctively, and divinely.

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