One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Have a particular talent for dealing with or ability in.‘she's got a way with animals’
- ‘She always had a way with a camera and made the light hit him at all the right angles.’
- ‘I couldn't help but smile because Scott always did have a way with kids.’
- ‘Musical virtuosity is musical virtuosity, any way you look at it, and those who have a way with an instrument will always find a niche for themselves in the genre of their choice.’
- ‘Darren always had a way with animals; he knew that.’
- ‘She has always had a way with children.’
- ‘You do have a way with people, don't you, Booth?’
- ‘Hamilton has a way with words, and her descriptions of attempting to join the cool kids are poignant and funny.’
- ‘Mayer also has a way with words, and he has the ability to marry them to just the right music.’
- ‘‘You do have a way with words,’ she says blandly.’
- ‘Bernard was always said to have had a way with women, so it was perfect casting to have put him in the role of Romeo.’
- ‘He was very young when he realized he had a way with plants.’
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