Master touch

The touch or skill of a master
Some part of a performance which exhibits very skillful work or treatment.
- Pope.

See also: Master, Master

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Finally, when he read in the reports of the failure of this agent, he would step in himself with a master touch. You heard me warn this man at Birlstone Manor House that the coming danger was greater than the past.
The master touch of Aigner resonates in every product of the brand, making Aigner a class apart.
Through the S8 master touch module, the central hub of the S6 surface, users can control the Draco tera S6 KVM switch to select between multiple Pro Tools workstations and other digital audio workstations (DAWs).
With that master touch of chief designer Peter Schreyer, this car is streets ahead of the previous model in all areas.
"Typing Club'' will help you master touch typing, also free.
But they do not prepare the airline meals as in their home restaurants, where the master touch affects the cut of meat and the manner of preparation.
MASTER TOUCH: Former winner Fred Couples tips his cap after a birdie on the 18th green during the second round of this year's US Masters at Augusta
Designed for the management of up to 16 gravimetric screw feeders, weighfeeders and mass flow meters, the DISOCONT[R] MASTER Touch Group Controller to the North American marketplace.
His more recent paintings and limited edition prints confirm his master touch.
Whittaker hailed Walter Smith's master touch as the Rangers manager looks to try and win his second domestic clean sweep - his first coming in his earlier stint in charge at Ibrox in 1993.
After "Boeing-Boeing" last season, Warchus continues to exhibit a master touch with comedy, even ff he may be courting trouble from the Defense of Marriage Act.
Beneath the charm, however, the master touch can be detected.