Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The new generation is more proficient in video games than in orthography.

Kainokku or palmistry, in which the women are more proficient than the men.

"Perchance you are more proficient with the pen than the sword," replied his interlocutor.

Before long, he was as much—if not more—proficient with it as he had been with his own arms.

Probably there were not ten boys in the company who were not more proficient in drill than he.

Quite a number of the boys had been on the island longer than I, and some were more proficient.

It is possible, too, that they were more proficient as conquerors than as observers of Nature.

The existence of the Jongleurs gradually undermined that of the Troubadours, as the former grew more and more proficient.

So for a year Jenny practiced and became daily more proficient, and danced every morning to school.

But they soon got more proficient, and if it led them to nothing higher, it was a good educational help.