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  • Their work has come to the attention of connoisseurs of the these plants.
  • It was certainly long more successful in winning both the connoisseur and the public. Cited from French Art, by W. C. Brownell
  • As a result of this training, he became a large art connoisseur.
  • He raised the glass to his lips with the air of a connoisseur. Cited from A People's Man, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • He really has a taste of the advanced connoisseur, able to look into the future.
  • He is a connoisseur of the good things of the earth, and comes not till their season. Cited from Field and Hedgerow, by Richard Jefferies
  • He was a connoisseur in every department of art and life, and took care that he was well served. Cited from The Ghost, by Arnold Bennett
  • Neither within nor without, it is true, would a connoisseur have been able to give it a date. Cited from The Yellow Streak, by Williams, Valentine
  • There are people enough in all countries who like to assume the air of connoisseurs! Cited from Frederick Chopin (Complete), Frederick Niecks
  • He is also known as a connoisseur of art and has been having personal relations with numerous artists worldwide.
  • He was one of those connoisseurs who know it all. Cited from The Under Dog, by F. Hopkinson Smith
  • He was a great connoisseur of arts, especially music and dance.
  • He was a literary connoisseur who could read in four languages.
  • Was the experienced connoisseur of art and the artist soul in the right? Cited from Arachne, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • Something of this impression moved the general mind of connoisseurs on her first dramatic appearance. Cited from Great Singers, Second Series, by George T. Ferris
  • It took twenty years to build an international library for researchers and connoisseurs.
  • Both knew by bitter experience that their mother considered herself a connoisseur in the purchase of fish. Cited from Children of the Ghetto, by I. Zangwill [AKA: Israel Zangwill]
  • He was a connoisseur of travel-pictures, for all his life he had been planning a great journey. Cited from Our Mr. Wrenn, by Sinclair Lewis
  • Connoisseurs of such matters declared that rarely had so many beautiful women been assembled in one place. Cited from War and Peace, by by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi
  • He admired his son's wife, and in his day had considered himself a connoisseur. Cited from Bel Ami, by Henri Rene Guy De Maupassant
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Words starting with connoisseur

Meaning of connoisseur

  • noun An expert able to appreciate a field; especially in the fine arts