Did you perhaps mean connoisseur?
- Either a borrowing of the French connaisseur ("a 'knower', one who knows") or an updating of the earlier borrowing, connoisseur, to bring it into line with modern French orthography. (Wiktionary)
“As someone who has nothing to do with the press and is by no means a film connaisseur by any stretch of the imagination, I tend take away a lot from reviews written by film critics whose opinions I trust.”
“I know familiarity with die Frau is the mark of a real Strauss connaisseur but it was an effort for me.”
“Mais bon c juste que ct un connaisseur le pitit vendeur alors ca fait plaisir quoi!!”
“These things are selling like hotcakes, and something tells me they will appreciate in value once the collection is sold, so if you consider yourself a connaisseur of mathematical [Read More]”
“I do not consider myself as a Bond connaisseur, but I absolutely adored how they managed to correct and modernize the bond series with Casino Royale and I'm expecting nothing less from this one.”
“Im certainly no connaisseur of olive oils, but it has definitely made me love my salads again, and for that I think its worth it.”
“(Not to give the impression that I am a marshmallow connaisseur, if there is even such a thing).”
“The Pommery employee didn't bat an eye and immediately served him a glass of champagne, and the homeless man played the part of the discerning wine connaisseur surprisingly well.”
“I had no idea the place looked so well," remarked Danby, _en connaisseur_, as they approached.”
“And he did with a nice calculation of distance and equilibrium which would have rung enthusiastic yells of applause from Elliott had he been there to assist _en connaisseur_.”
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