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- adjective Resembling or characteristic of a
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These five, in their order from the main entrance are: No. 87, devoted to the old-masterlike works of Frank Duveneck, who, more perhaps than any other American, shows the great manner of Velasquez, Rembrandt and Franz Hals, and to whom the jury has recommended that a special medal be given for his influence on American art; No. 88 filled with the admirable
There is a free flow of narrative, of incident, and sentiment; and easy masterlike coherence throughout, as if it were the free dash of a masters hand, round as the O of Giotto.
There is a free flow of narrative, of incident and sentiment; an easy masterlike coherence throughout, as if it were the free dash of a masters hand, round as the O of Giotto.
Pitt still reigned over Parliament and over England, governing a free country sovereign-masterlike.
In all his visits he combined a majesty the loftiest, the proudest, the most delicate, the most sustained, at the same time the least embarrassing when he had once established it, with a politeness which savored of it, always and in all cases; masterlike everywhere, but with degrees according to persons.
-- and yet the simple semicolon after it, the instant passing on without the least pause of reflex consciousness, is more exquisite and masterlike than the touch itself.