[ UK /ɐfˌɪʃənˈɑːdə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /əˌfiʃjəˈnɑˌdoʊ/ ]
  1. a serious devotee of some particular music genre or musical performer
  2. a fan of bull fighting
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How To Use aficionado In A Sentence

  • At about an hour long, most sets at festivals are just too short for true aficionados. Times, Sunday Times
  • We simply cannot recommend it highly enough - not just for hurling aficionados but for sports fans everywhere.
  • In hushed tones, art aficionados, painters and the odd diplomat discussed the question of the day. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tough a liyyle strange those questions are no difficulty for the genuine aficionado.
  • Automobile enthusiasts, aficionados, and followers could aberrate themselves from the accepted affairs of their accustomed lives and appear calm through this blog. Auto Parts Online, Auto Parts Online Blog Updating Consumers
  • For the aficionados, there are ways of telling the cars apart.
  • Garnished with an array of chutneys and delicious sambar, the end product is simply scrumptious for the food aficionado.
  • Our favorite ‘intense’ (read: creepy) actor is an aficionado of ecdysiasts.
  • I'm quite the scrunchie and hardtail aficionado, (#ffjd) but yes, I also dooo like actually pretty things! Meredith Fineman: Fifty First (J)Dates: Fall Fahhshun and What It Means for Your Dating Life.
  • She is an art aficionado and a cake obsessive. The Times Literary Supplement
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