Her forte has long been a kind of easy, content-free populism aimed squarely at the lizard brain of the GOP base.
If fashion is more your forte, there are even pieces of haute couture and sportswear in the show.
In a phone interview, Wasserman Schultz acknowledges fundraising is her forte.
Wiig plays Vicki St. Elmo, pal to the hapless munitions expert MacGruber (Will forte).
The MacGruber team at SNL—including forte, Jorma Taccone, and John Solomon—quickly produced a funny script.
Her forte is politics, and indeed she is no mean politician in her way.
He is not gamy,—fighting's not his forte, A Haycock fight is just no sort of sport.
His effort might have been a greater success if he had abstained from jocularity, which was not by any means his forte.
It never seemed to me that entertaining children was your forte.
Then when a crescendo came, he raised himself again by degrees, and upon the commencement of the forte, sprang bolt upright.
1640s, from French fort "strong point (of a sword blade)," also "fort," from Middle French fort (see fort). Meaning "strong point of a person" is from 1680s. Final -e- added 18c. in imitation of Italian forte "strong."
music instruction, "loud, loudly," from Italian forte, literally "strong," from Latin fortis "strong" (see fort).