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virtuoso

vir·tu·o·so

virtuoso

 
pronunciation:
vuhr chu o so
parts of speech:
noun, adjective
part of speech: noun
inflections: virtuosi, virtuosos
definition: a person who demonstrates exceptional ability, style, or skill, esp. in music.
Franz Liszt was a piano virtuoso, and his skill at playing caused his works as a composer to be highly challenging for other pianists.
synonyms:
ace, maestro, master, wizard
similar words:
adept, artist, expert, genius, mastermind, phenomenon, prodigy, star
 
part of speech: adjective
definition: of or relating to a virtuoso.
a virtuoso performance
synonyms:
remarkable, superlative
antonyms:
incompetent
similar words:
crackerjack, masterful, outstanding, skillful, standout, superior