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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmasterlymas‧ter‧ly /ˈmɑːstəli $ ˈmæstərli/ adjective  GOOD ATdone or made very skilfully syn masterful He gave a masterly display in round one of the World Chess Championship.
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masterlyThe Council was funded by central and local government, its statements were often masterly.He handled the many questions in masterly fashion, particularly the probing questions from Cocello.McGinniss writes in a masterly fashion.There was, it seemed, nothing more that they could do here, in the face of this masterly inactivity.A masterly set, bringing years of rocking experience to a daring range of tunes.It is a short step from here to the dramatic parallelism associated with a masterly speech maker.The Schumann Fantasia in C is a masterly work written in homage to Beethoven.
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