The dinner was as choice as the china, in which Stepan Arkadyevitch was a connoisseur.
Vronsky and Madame Karenina must be, Mihailov supposed, distinguished and wealthy Russians, knowing nothing about art, like all those wealthy Russians, but posing as amateurs and connoisseurs.
He tried to avoid meeting musical connoisseurs or talkative acquaintances, and stood looking at the floor straight before him, listening.
Sviazhsky, as a connoisseur in the latest mechanical improvements, appreciated everything fully.
Anxious to throw some light on his own perplexity from the impressions of others, Levin began to walk about, looking for connoisseurs, and was glad to see a well-known musical amateur in conversation with Pestsov, whom he knew.
There are no more uses of "connoisseur" in the book.