dexterous : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s skillful in physical movements; especially of the hands
dexterous of hand and inventive of mind
- Nexi is the first of a new class of robot being developed at MIT's Media Lab and referred to as MDS, which stands for mobile, dexterous, social.
- But when he works a smaller room, his charisma acclimatizes itself; he turns smooth, dexterous.
- The guitar playing is heavy, dexterous and hook laden, but the polish of the melodies never obscures their calling cardthe raw, intermingled wails of Corin Tucker and Carrie .
News & Articles
- Do the Dallas Mavericks Need Andrew Bynum?
Andrew Bynum isn ’t the rare talent he once was. Surely the 7-footer can recuperate his powerful post game and dexterous defense after extended time lost to injury, but he’s no longer unique. The talent has shifted and the league now features a growing number of talented bigs in the NBA . Bynum was once an interior luxury in the NBA, but now an interior presence like his is a necessity ...
July 10, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- Lena Headey in CTV.ca
The thing I find hard on the show is the sci-fi dialogue,Headey says. "And I'm crap at it! Thomas can do it brilliantly. He's very dexterous with his words, and has the capacity to remember terminology I can't even pronounce."
- Melody in Glide Magazine
Paul McCartney has discovered dance music - the results are staggeringly brilliant,said Melody Maker. "They take a melody and, with dexterous genre-hopping through ambient, trance and house, evolve a number of breathtaking variations."