Definition of masterly in English:

masterly

Syllabification: mas·ter·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈmastərlē
 
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adjective

Performed or performing in a very skillful and accomplished way: his masterly account of rural France
More example sentences
  • This is a masterly account: detailed but always readable, authoritative but strenuously objective.
  • Apart from these two errors, the book is a masterly and worthy account of a crucial period in our history with excellent maps.
  • He gave a masterly account of the solo role in this work which makes huge demands on the soloist.
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Usage

On the difference in use between masterly and masterful, see masterful (usage).

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