Did you possibly mean masterly?
- n. Alternative form of master plan.
“Rick Mather Architects were appointed to develop a long term masterplan and expansion scheme to provide more space and 21 st century facilities for its world renowned collections.”
“The masterplan is a pipedream," says Thusi Rappo, an environmental activist and member of a secessionist Bafokeng clan.”
“Seems to me though that coming up with some sort of evil masterplan is the easy bit, whereas giving the party something to do in between the initial incident and the moment they finally get to thwart the masterplan is the hard part - but maybe I am just stating the obvious.”
“The masterplan is a mixture of residential, commercial, retail and community clusters.”
“I hope he's got a masterpiece ready to unfold," said The Pussy, who meant "masterplan," but who is still reeling from trying to say "Bok Choy" without linguistic instructions from Bitchney.”
“Time we spend worrying about whether this is some kind of masterplan of Rove's or Mehlman's or whatever is time that is better spent actually winning the election.”
“British doctrine tried to avoid battlefield chaos by controlling it centrally through a "masterplan".”
“Which I happen to think was part of Hain's "masterplan" when he came up with the Wales act 2.”
“The prosecution alleged the pair had "some kind of masterplan", having produced a single witness saying a search of Jackson's home had uncovered ''rocket launchers, chemicals, BNP literature and a nuclear biological suit.'”
Looking for tweets for masterplan.