Amateur [noun]

Definition of Amateur:

casual participant

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Sentence/Example of Amateur:

In April Christina Massey, a Brooklyn-based artist, created Artists for the USPS, an Instagram-driven group that connected amateur and professional artists in pairs, all as part of a move to help support the service.

Obviously, given that these are informal cookbooks full of recipes written by amateur chefs, not everything works.

Alex Hill, a Brooklyn-based amateur chef, is bringing people together through social media.

The technical barriers could prevent millions of amateur investors losing their shirts, which is what happened when the 2017 bubble popped.

These amateurs who think they’re experts don’t stand a chance, but do stand a chance of really getting sucked in.

Remember, men’s soccer in England was already well-established, with many levels of professional, semi-professional, and amateur teams.

And, to me, one of the biggest differentiators between a professional and an amateur, besides putting, is that pros hit bad shots and they recover twice as well as an amateur, if not more.

In the con column, however — I believe it’s in your book — a saying that goes back a ways in, to the military setting, that amateurs strategize, and professionals execute.

To assist the amateur and collector in this pursuit is the object of the present little work.

A Cremona Violin is, to a rich amateur, a loadstone that is sure to attract the shining metal from the depths of his purse.