Maestros [noun]

Definition of Maestros:

leader of band

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Sentence/Example of Maestros:

Although humans are hardly smelling maestros in the animal kingdom, we can nevertheless detect roughly one trillion odors, often with only a single scent molecule drifting into our noses.

If anything, given the close call with the playoffs last season, the franchise’s decision to stand pat confirms its trust in its maestro to run the show.

The future marketing maestro was hired by Nike in 1992 after leaving a job as head track and field coach at Kansas State University following a scandal in which he admitted to making illegal payments to college athletes.

Another area worth considering is the pick and roll, where each one is a maestro.

Further, the fittings for them had to be made presumably on the premises of the maestro and not as at present in foreign parts.

The maestro was not so enthusiastic as Messiani, but he promised to do what he could.

This artist was the son of Maestro Cione, a goldsmith of Florence.

Why, to the manager, I suppose; the maestro—the man who holds the gambling concession in this place.

The prodigious stimulus of such a teacher (cotanto maestro) made the reading a real labor of love.

She put her hands over her eyes and sank upon her knees, and Maestro Gentile knelt beside her.