adepts[ adjective uh-dept; noun ad-ept, uh-dept ]SEE DEFINITION OF adepts
Synonyms for adepts
- old hand
- old pro
- past master
- prima donna
- real pro
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADEPTS
For these abnormal insights of the adepts ought to be normal, and things of course.
They have excellent horses, or ponies, and are adepts at pig-sticking.
They are adepts in cornering an opponent by keeping him to the point.
It is essentially of the world they talk, and it must be owned they do it like adepts.
It seems that Roger was born at an instant of time sacred to the adepts, so they took him on.
These Indian princes are adepts in the art of prolonging a negotiation.
More than three hundred and fifty have received diplomas as adepts.
Certainly these people must be adepts in the art of concealment.
But the great work is by Lilly; and entirely devoted to the adepts.
And how art widens its borders and augments the number of its adepts!