[ US /tækˈtɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /tæktˈɪʃən/ ]
  1. a person who is skilled at planning tactics
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How To Use tactician In A Sentence

  • Dom recognized a master tactician when he saw one. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE
  • But he is a great tactician. Times, Sunday Times
  • While not a master tactician, he occasionally displayed flashes of brilliance.
  • He is regarded as an astute tactician. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Chancellor is as much political tactician as economic brains. Times, Sunday Times
  • A master tactician whose strength of character and brilliant reading of match situations led to success. The Sun
  • Superman, spiderman, body-builder, magician, tactician, prestidigitator - call him whatever you may want, but he is a world-class, top-class off spinner and a match winner.
  • What he has proved to be is a shrewd tactician and an astute responder to the public mood whose easy-going manner disguises some ruthless populism.
  • Yet she was no match for the master tactician. Times, Sunday Times
  • All of this I must say with the caveat that I am a syntactician and not a phonetician; these are impressions not based in observation but introspection, and there is no quicker way to discover a false truth than introspection. “Ms.”-ing the point « Motivated Grammar
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