Other word for connoisseur
, with a small difference.
1. Exceptional performer: A musician who shows exceptional ability, technique, or artistry.
2. Talented person: Somebody who shows exceptional technique or ability in something.
3. Connoisseur: Somebody who is knowledgeable and cultivated in appreciating the fine arts.
She's such a virtuoso.
An expert in an area of the fine or domestic arts, or somebody with discriminating taste in such a specialty.
In many ways just someone who knows a lot about arts, cooking, etc.
She's a cooking connoiseur.
He's an arts connoisseur.
1. Punishment: The punishment of somebody in retaliation for harm done.
2. Retaliation act: Something done to get even with somebody else who has caused harm.
3. Desire for retaliation: The desire or urge to get even with somebody.
She poisoned him as revenge because he betrayed her.
Partially open, neither shut nor wide open.
They left the door ajar.
1) A fee paid to an agent for providing a service, especially a percentage of the total amount of business transacted.
2) A job or task given to a person or a group, especially an order to produce a particular product or piece of work.
3) A group of people authorized to carry out a duty.
4) The committing of something, especially a crime or other offense.
1) The middleman was paid a fee.
2) The factory was given a commission.
3) The spy had commission to kill suspects of terrorism.
4) The commission of a crime.
1. Beg somebody: To ask earnestly or beg somebody to do something.
2. Beg for something: To ask urgently for something.
It's pretty much the same as implore
1. I beseech you to think again.
2. Beseeching their aid.
1. Very large: Unusually or impressively large or huge.
2. Very great or impressive.
1. A colossal high-rise office building.
2. Those idiots made a colossal blunder.
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