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virtuosity (s) (noun), virtuosities (pl)
1. The character, ability, or skill of a person who is highly skilled in music or another artistic pursuit: After years of practice, Becky’s virtuosity on the flute was brillant and exceedingly dazzling!
2. A great technical skill or captivating personal style; especially, as shown in the arts: Martin loved reading literature and possessed great virtuosity and mastery in writing his own novels.
3. Etymology: from Latin virtuosus, from Latin virtus, "virtue", "excellence", "skill", or "manliness."
Talent in the practice of music.
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A person who is supposed to have skill in playing music.
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