Dilettante in a Sentence  πŸ”‰

Definition of Dilettante

a person whose interest in an art or in an area of knowledge is not very serious

Examples of Dilettante in a sentence

1. When it comes to learning how to play the guitar, my daughter is a dilettante who will practice one day but not the next day. πŸ”‰

2. The veteran reporters viewed the new guy as a dilettante who would not take his job as seriously as they took their careers. πŸ”‰

3. Because Peter studied music composition for eight years, he is definitely not a dilettante in the field of music. πŸ”‰

4. The critics did not see the heiress as a serious filmmaker, only as a dilettante who was bored with her life.  πŸ”‰

5. Although Gary purchased an expensive camera, he is a dilettante because he rarely takes pictures. πŸ”‰

6. Even though I have only been employed for a few months as a computer programmer, I am not a dilettante because my work is very important to me. πŸ”‰

7. Without any formal training, Kara is simply a dilettante and not a professional dancer. πŸ”‰

8. It was obvious from the pianist’s poor performance that he was a dilettante who had no interest in cultivating his talent.  πŸ”‰

9. If Mark wants to be seen as more than a dilettante, he needs to take a few more art classes so he can demonstrate his knowledge of the subject. πŸ”‰

10. As long as Jennifer is unwilling to put in the work, she will remain a dilettante and never become a famous actress. πŸ”‰


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