(?), n. 1. The quality or state of being a virtuoso; in a bad sense, the character of one in whom mere artistic feeling or sthetic cultivation takes the place of religious character; sentimentalism.
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This famous passage . . . over which the virtuosity of modern times, rejoicing in evil, has hung so fondly.
C. Kingsley.
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2. Virtuosos, collectively. Carlyle.
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3. An art or study affected by virtuosos.
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