Connoisseur is a noun.
The word is connoisseur. It means someone who has special knowledge and an informed critical judgment of taste. One can be a connoisseur of fine wine of music of fine art and of fine food. In fact one can be a connoisseur of many expressions of human creativity.
* Only the true connoisseur could tell the difference between these two wines. * This is one of these movies that will separate the casual movie- goers from the real connoisseurs. * He was also a connoisseur of Renaissance art. * She is a respected connoisseur and collector of modern art. * This is a gift that any wine connoisseur would love. * The exhibition will be a delight for the collector and connoisseur of silver ornaments. * He's a real connoisseur of Japanese art.
Connoisseur is a noun.
a connoisseur of modern art.
From old French meaning 'one who is well versed' adopted from Latin 'cognoscere' meaning 'to know'
That is the correct spelling for "fancier" (adjective meaning more fancy or ornate, or noun meaning a connoisseur or aficionado).
The likely word is gourmet (gor-may) which is from French and means a connoisseur, or someone knowledgeable about fine cooking.
Yes the word connoisseur is a singular noun. The plural is connoisseurs.
A gourmet is a connoisseur of fine food and drink. Gourmet can also be an adjective describing high-quality food or food which is fancy or prepared with skill or exotic ingredients. Another word for describing a person who is a connoisseur of good food is gourmand.
"The liquor was the distillation of a variety of fine wines."
The word connoisseur means to be an expert judge in matters of taste. It can be used easily in a sentence. She wanted to get advice about the wine from the connoisseur.
A plagiarist would be a connoisseur of choosing the best "good sentences" from the Internet.
every time i do something right people connoisseur me people always judge me
The root word of connoisseurship is connoisseur.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connoisseur ______________ Connoisseur is a very general term and can be used with many interests including food. The word "oenophile" is more specific and refers to a connoisseur of wine.
An "art connoisseur."
Origin is German 'delikatessen' meaning a delicacy and fine food. The German word was adopted from the French word 'Delicatesse' from delicat meaning 'fine' which in turn comes from Latin 'delicatus' meaning 'delightful and dainty'
Are you fine
sukamano-are u fine?(how are you?)
Fine grains of rocks are referred to as "clasts." The word "clast" comes from the Greek word "klastos," meaning "broken."
'baagunnaava బాగున్నావా?' means 'are you fine?'