In most battles, the rounds focus on battlers tearing each other down or hyping their own mastery of battle skills.
The high street purchases will reinforce perception of Kate's mastery of the common touch.
Here, the founder of the law and literature movement shows his mastery in bringing literature to philosophical bloom.
PTA, first and foremost, exhibits a mastery of form and composition.
His mastery sprung, most of all, from his extraordinary ear.
Henceforth, I presume your great country will dispute with us for the mastery of the air.
I knew that no help from without would accomplish this mastery.
The spirit-key to an understanding of God's Word is surrender of will and life to His mastery.
He could only hope to get the mastery of him if he caught him asleep and off his guard.
By the use of his hand, he gains dominion and mastery over all that lives upon the earth, in the air, or in the depths of the sea.
early 13c., mesterie, "condition of being a master," also "superiority, victory;" from Old French maistrie, from maistre "master" (see master (n.)). Meaning "intellectual command" (of a topic, etc.) is from 1660s.