virtuoso[ vur-choo-oh-soh ]SEE DEFINITION OF virtuoso
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIRTUOSO
"Look into your own consciousness and memory," replied the virtuoso.
"I did not think that you were still so young," said the virtuoso.
A picturesque, old German virtuoso is the reverent possessor of a genuine "Cremona."
I prefer that no one handle it, said the virtuoso commandingly.
It takes on the color of any composer's ideas, and submits like a slave to the whims of any virtuoso.
It was music pure, almost classical—the work not of a virtuoso, but of a composer.
He was distinctly a virtuoso, loving his instrument and its tonal powers.
He was a virtuoso violinist greater than any one before him.
"We were fortunate in being able to secure Savelli, the virtuoso," she replied.
He is at once a moralist and a virtuoso in the literary art.