- n. Plural form of masterstroke.
“Roy Hodgson's dismissal and Kenny Dalglish's romantic re-installation may prove masterstrokes but, to many outside Merseyside, it appears a strangely sentimental exchange.”
“He did this through a series of tactical masterstrokes that involved buying a new suit and, er, that's it.”
“I happen to think that both the flip flop notion, and the tomato raid are the genius masterstrokes of forward thinking policing:”
“One of the masterstrokes of the ACLU is its quest to mold American law as it desires through judicial activism.”
“The characterisation remains strong, and in A Storm of Swords Martin delivers one of his masterstrokes by upgrading the hitherto villainous and reprehensible Jaime Lannister to full POV status.”
“In politics, what distinguishes genius from folly, masterstrokes from blunders?”
“One is persuaded that amply funded experts could negate -- in masterstrokes devoid of unintended consequences -- financial sleight-of-hand, environmental degradation, unconscionable hunger and poverty, diplomatic fearfulness and mistrust, potentially irrevocable climatic instability, and ongoing nuclear proliferation.”
“While every case is its own animal, it's not hard to predict the public relations follies and masterstrokes that might be on the horizon.”
“Had this president a long record of foreign policy success and diplomatic masterstrokes, one might assume he was cooking up something inspired and brilliant.”
“It was a political masterstroke last year but masterstrokes cheapen with time.”
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