adeptness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  skillful performance or ability without difficulty
    his quick adeptness was a product of good design

  • In Buchman's study, which looked at 906 seniors, average age 80, in northeastern Illinois over a five-year period, increased social activity was associated with adeptness in a .
  • In Joe Valachi's case, appearances are deceptive; gourmet skills plainly take second place to adeptness as an all-round hood.
  • The study suggests deception may be a component of social adeptness.

  • Kirk Ferentz in Aurora Beacon News
    Those guys didn't get a lot of action for obvious reason (last year),said Ferentz. "We'll have to feel our way a little. We'll try to make sure we're ready and, hopefully, handle what comes our way with adeptness."

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