Definition for masterpiece

noun as in respected work of art

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Perry’s latest, “Eddie’s Boy,” circles back to that early masterpiece, bringing a long-gestating narrative to an elegant and satisfying conclusion.

Plus, he’s a harpist who not only regularly performs classical masterpieces but also excels in jazz, from gentle to almost avant garde.

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Crispy kale against silky onion, stretchy cheese and a toothsome crust makes for a textural masterpiece.

One of these designers, Lafalaise Dion, is the brains behind the cowrie shell pieces sprinkled throughout the cinematic masterpiece.

The electric crepe maker from Chefman is a 12-inch, multifunctional masterpiece.

The masterpiece is huge, but structurally flawed and terribly vulnerable to seismic activity.

In the masterpiece Mr. Turner, Mike Leigh translates the soul of his characters on screen.

The loftiest noses among the winemakers inhale the finest of scents from the tasting glass and proclaim another masterpiece.

Two decades on from his masterpiece on anti-Americanism abroad, Whit Stillman remains obsessed with native-expat dynamics.

Think twice about filming that two-minute masterpiece and making yourself the next Paris Hilton (if you're lucky).

A few days later, during the general advance, he captured Naarden, the masterpiece of the great engineer Cohorn.

Another “bon garçon”—a painter whose enthusiasm for his art knew no bounds—craved to produce a masterpiece.

This defence was considered at the time a masterpiece of bravery; the Indians being estimated four to one of the English.

A marble lattice-work, six feet high, surrounding the two sarcophagi, is a masterpiece of art.

According to my usual opinion, I believe I could go over that book and leave a masterpiece by blotting and no ulterior art.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to masterpiece, such as: classic, gem, jewel, monument, treasure, and cream.

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