Forte [noun]

Definition of Forte:

person's strong point

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Sentence/Example of Forte:

Jornet’s forte is “continuous movement over technical terrain,” as he puts it, and through the years he has parlayed that into his own unique brand of physical performance.

An ear accustomed to the fine tone of a good violin will not now tolerate a bad piano-forte.

Et depuis ils allerent cotoyans la terre, en forte que le 21.

She was even allowed, through her friends, to procure a piano-forte, which afforded her many hours of recreation.

This is his great forte, and to hear him speak, sends a thrill through the whole system, and a tremor through the brain.

Mr. Conner taught the piano forte in the best families in the city of Philadelphia—among merchants, bankers, and professional men.

So Virgil, "Solemnes tum forte dapes et tristia dona ante urbem in luco," &c.

C'tait une sorte de Lovelace en cheveux blancs, forte redout des mres de famille.'

His foible met the flash of the other man's forte, and his blade bounced aside like a sprung bow.

The fact is, I have an idea that that sort of thing is Grace's forte.