- n. Plural form of amateur.
“The first impulse among amateurs is to look for easy explanations and easily identifiable villains.”
“What Andy Warhol said about professionals vs. amateurs is true not just in theatre, but in lots of DIY pursuits such as brewing your own beer.”
“Pfft. Fuckin 'amateurs who have no concept of the strong women and hell-raising men who built that city over five hundred years of madness and colonialism, much less the Baroness Michaela y Almonaster de Pontalba!”
“It takes a little more time, but this extra step is what often separates the amateurs from the pros when it comes to submitting.”
“Far more urgent than protecting our profession from amateurs is the need to protect it from ourselves.”
“Club on Sea Island, pitting the best amateurs from the United States against”
“The biggest thing in evaluating both pros and amateurs is making sure we do our homework so that when its time for the entire scouting staff to come together, we can make the best possible decisions for the franchise.”
“Mr. Pizotti had taught them how to enter properly, and how to take their cues; but to Jess's mind he was not the man to train amateurs to speak their parts with naturalness.”
“Perhaps as a result, the low-cost carriers are also usually full of what I call "amateurs" -- families travelling on vacation, or those insufferable people who stumble through airports looking as if they've never heard of air travel before.”
“One of the retorts that used to spring to my mind when people criticized us for being "amateurs" -although statistically I regard the Hockey Team as amateurs – was this: if we found this many mistakes, can you imagine how many mistakes a "real" expert would find?”
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