dexterity

[ dek-ster-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dexterity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEXTERITY

Cellini was remarkable for his readiness and dexterity in handicraft.

Three or four times he lunged with incomparable dash and dexterity.

It was a wonderful exhibition of strength, patience, and dexterity.

He marveled at the dexterity with which she lifted him against her slim shoulder.

To a dexterity so fatal he added a judgment that had not failed when confronted with deceit.

Another professor had the dexterity to manage in a different way.

Their skill and dexterity in the use of the axe in hunting is extraordinary.

This piece of dexterity is the only one with which they are acquainted.

He at once diverted the current of his narrative with the dexterity the occasion demanded.

But mentality and spirit cannot be bought—only labour and dexterity.

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