Definition of Masterliness. Meaning of Masterliness. Synonyms of Masterliness

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Definition of Masterliness

Masterliness
Masterliness Mas"ter*li*ness, n. The quality or state of being masterly; ability to control wisely or skillfully.

Meaning of Masterliness from wikipedia

- terms include expectant management, active surveillance and masterly inactivity. The term masterly inactivity is also used in nonmedical contexts. A distinction...
- treatment of mental health issues and ****uality. It was described as "a masterly comedy about **** and mental health" by the Guardian. The NME gave the show...
- of Lord Alfred Douglas, which was described by Christopher Hitchens as "masterly". Bosie was awarded a Lambda Award for **** biography in 2000. After leaving...
- God's laws, so belief in them was atheistic, and praised "Mr Darwin's masterly volume [supporting] the grand principle of the self-evolving powers of...
- many Impressionists did. Degas was a superb draftsman, and particularly masterly in depicting movement, as can be seen in his rendition of dancers and bathing...
- masterful acting, Universal Pictures' incredible set design, and its many masterly moments including the unmasking of the tragic villain's disfigured skullface...
- review in The New York Times, Ben Brantley called Ruehl's performance "masterly". Ruehl next appeared in the drama/horror film What Ever Happened to Barker...
- Russell also praised it, stating, "Mr. Aldous Huxley has shown his usual masterly skill in Brave New World." However, Brave New World also received negative...
- is little evidence of the Parsis until the 12th and 13th century, when "masterly" Sanskrit translations and transcriptions of the Avesta and its commentaries...
- a genius, praising his acting for "never fail[ing] to delight with his masterly impressions." As the Civil War raged across the divided land in 1862, Booth...
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