Impostor and Maestro

Impostor

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Impostor noun – One who makes false claims of identity or expertise.
Usage example: the man who claimed to be a prince turned out to be an impostor

Maestro is an antonym for impostor.
Nearby Words: imposture, impost
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Maestro

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Maestro noun – A person with a high level of knowledge or skill in a field.
Impostor is an antonym for maestro.
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mysterious mysterious impostor mysterious maestro
mad mad impostor mad maestro
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