1A person skilled in the Japanese art of ninjutsu.
- To prepare for the role of a ninja, Prout began martial arts training a few weeks before filming began.
- The nunchaku popularised in Bruce Lee films and used by Japanese ninjas is only meant to be used by experts in combat sports.
- I thought before starting research that the martial arts traditions associated with the ninjas would provide a lot of good material.
1.1 [often with modifier] informal A person who excels in a particular skill or activity: the courses vary—you don’t have to be a computer ninja to apply
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- Whether you're an email marketing ninja in training, or training ninjas of your own, connecting with your current customers is key in keeping them happy.
- My goal as marketing ninja is to get Thomas to spend less time in London, and more time on a plane, visiting his other ports of call.
- Jim's team of marketing ninjas offer a full range of Internet marketing services including link building services and social media branding.
Japanese, literally 'spy'.
Words that rhyme with ninjacringer, ginger, impinger, infringer, injure, whinger, winger
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