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His protagonist is a photographer who has fallen for a dancer, and Nelson proves masterly at writing young love, clocking the small and seemingly meaningless moments that encompass longing.
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Signori is a masterly oil painter who builds images in the classical manner with a succession of glazes.
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Then he gave his evidence in his usual masterly convincing way and I listened in admiration.
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The latter, Mr. Adams liked much, a "masterly man" who was very strong for the most vigorous measures.
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Modern times, we are convinced, have witnessed but few instances of such a masterly policy, combined with signal self-reliance.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
Four miles before reaching Candy, we came to the river Mahavilaganga, which is spanned by a masterly bridge of one arch.
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Or take Glinkas Night in Madrid; in what a masterly fashion the various sections of this overture are fused together!
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It appears incredible that human hands should have been able to execute such masterly and gigantic works.
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Yet even so, in the case of old Novall we have as masterly a sketch as in Romont a detailed study.
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The great excellence of Plautus was the masterly handling of language, and the adjusting the parts for dramatic effect.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
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WORDS RELATED TO MASTERLY

  • Einstein
  • accomplished
  • acute
  • astute
  • brainy
  • bright
  • clever
  • discerning
  • eggheaded
  • expert
  • genius
  • gifted
  • ingenious
  • intellectual
  • inventive
  • knowing
  • knowledgeable
  • masterly
  • penetrating
  • profound
  • quick
  • quick-witted
  • sharp
  • smart
  • talented
  • whip
  • whiz kid
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