adroitly


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a·droit

 (ə-droit′)
adj.
Quick and skillful in body or mind; deft. See Synonyms at dexterous.

[French, from à droit : à, to (from Latin ad; see ad-) + droit, right (from Latin dīrēctus; see direct).]

a·droit′ly adv.
a·droit′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.adroitly - with adroitness; in an adroit manner; "he handled the situation adroitly"
maladroitly - in a maladroit manner; "he dealt with the situation maladroitly"
Translations
بِمَهَارَة، بِحِذْق
zručně
behændigtdygtigtfermt
lipurlega; snilldarlega
ustalıkla

adroitly

[əˈdrɔɪtlɪ] ADVdiestramente, hábilmente

adroitly

[əˈdrɔɪtli] advadroitement, habilement

adroitly

adroitly

[əˈdrɔɪtlɪ] advabilmente

adroit

(əˈdroit) adjective
skilful. his adroit handling of the boat.
aˈdroitly adverb
aˈdroitness noun
References in classic literature ?
Likewise upon the extreme stern of the boat where it was also triangularly platformed level with the gunwale, Starbuck himself was seen coolly and adroitly balancing himself to the jerking tossings of his chip of a craft, and silently eyeing the vast blue eye of the sea.
Reassured by her mistress' confident tone, Eliza proceeded nimbly and adroitly with her toilet, laughing at her own fears, as she proceeded.
Dowley was in fine feather, and I early got him started, and then adroitly worked him around onto his own history for a text and himself for a hero, and then it was good to sit there and hear him hum.
I approached her, pretending to desire a view of the garden; and, as I fancied, adroitly dropped Mrs.
He entered at once into a purely fictitious description of the various quarters of London in which he had himself resided; and, adroitly mentioning Vauxhall Walk as one of them, saved Magdalen from the sudden question relating to that very locality with which Mrs.
Agatha strolled on coolly, and as she passed him, adroitly caught the apron between her finger and thumb and twitched it from his face.
When I recovered my enemy was still in his place, though he had released his hold enough to allow me breathing space, and seeing me revive he prodded me adroitly first with one foot and then with the other, until I was forced to get up and stagger about with him under the trees while he gathered and ate the choicest fruits.
A gallant knight shows to advantage bringing his lance to bear adroitly upon a fierce bull under the eyes of his sovereign, in the midst of a spacious plaza; a knight shows to advantage arrayed in glittering armour, pacing the lists before the ladies in some joyous tournament, and all those knights show to advantage that entertain, divert, and, if we may say so, honour the courts of their princes by warlike exercises, or what resemble them; but to greater advantage than all these does a knight-errant show when he traverses deserts, solitudes, cross-roads, forests, and mountains, in quest of perilous adventures, bent on bringing them to a happy and successful issue, all to win a glorious and lasting renown.
And adroitly he sprang up again, and came straight at the other with an awkward but unexpected stroke.
Take out, adroitly, from my right hand pocket some lumps of sugar you will feel there.
The farther she advanced towards that fatal epoch so adroitly called the "second youth," the more her distrust increased.
It appears incredible to me that any kind of trick, however subtly conceived and however adroitly done, could have been played upon us under these conditions.