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(1) His bluff exterior belied a connoisseur of antiques.
(2) Sarah tells me you're something of an art connoisseur.
(3) Fry was a connoisseur of Renaissance art.
(4) Only the real connoisseur could tell the difference between these two wines.
(5) I'm no connoisseur but I know a good champagne when I taste one.
(6) He is the connoisseur who can discriminate between two equally fine wines.
(7) He was a connoisseur of beans.
(8) One need only be a connoisseur.
(9) The wine would have delighted a connoisseur.
(10) I soon became a connoisseur of wood smoke.
(11) On weekends, this connoisseur of contemporary language stations himself on the couch, clicker in hand, riding the on-air waves.
(12) I grew up a connoisseur of pavilions and winter gardens and miniature golf courses.
(13) Peter Mitchell was delightfully informal, a connoisseur of the unexpected and unconventional.
(14) Lord Burlington was a great collector and connoisseur of paintings.
(15) He is a connoisseur of antique furniture.
(16) He is somewhat of a connoisseur.
(17) We are looking for a connoisseur of French champagne. Sentencedict.com
(18) The choice of the company of town, connoisseur!
(19) He is a connoisseur in painting.
(20) She knew Felix fancied himself as a connoisseur.
(21) He is really a connoisseur in the antiques circle.
(22) A connoisseur of politics can savor the machinations of a Neville Chamberlain or Winston Churchill.
(23) The exhibition will be a delight for the collector and connoisseur of silver ornaments.
(24) In some ways, Taylor is an unusual candidate to be the connoisseur of such a garish spectacle.
(25) Goddard describes the nuances of some of these teas the way a wine connoisseur speaks of fine wines.
(26) It was, she decided, much sweeter than love: a sensation for the connoisseur of emotion.
(27) Several members of his family had been artists or lovers of art, and Gow himself became no mean collector and connoisseur.
(28) In the 1980s Jacques Kerchache, a former dealer, collector and connoisseur of primitive art, took up the cudgels again.
(29) Mr Brown might have been expected to roll each pledge around his mouth like a connoisseur sipping a fine wine.
(30) There will be grand tastings, seminars and culinary demonstrations for the novice to the connoisseur.
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