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synonyms for most proficient

  • accomplished
  • adept
  • apt
  • capable
  • competent
  • conversant
  • efficient
  • experienced
  • gifted
  • qualified
  • skillful
  • talented
  • trained
  • versed
  • clever
  • consummate
  • crack
  • crackerjack
  • drilled
  • effective
  • effectual
  • exercised
  • expert
  • finished
  • on the beam
  • phenom
  • pro
  • savvy
  • sharp
  • slick
  • up to speed
  • whiz
  • with it
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antonyms for most proficient

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  • green
  • ignorant
  • immature
  • impotent
  • incapable
  • incompetent
  • inefficient
  • inept
  • inexperienced
  • unable
  • unskilled
  • unskillful
  • untalented
  • clumsy
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How to use most proficient in a sentence

To suddenly discover oneself proficient where failure had been feared increases self esteem and adds to the sum of happiness.
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In Greek especially she was proficient, and Plato was to her more interesting than any story book.
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Only the most proficient students were allowed to attend public secondary schools.
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At last in desperation, I tried my only remaining tune, not being very proficient on the flute.
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To become proficient in the Sechwana language was the earnest purpose of Robert Moffat.
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Moreover, experience was daily making each man more proficient in the work.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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He raised his saber in salute—the only fencing-movement he'd become proficient in—and jumped into a crouch.
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She consented, and I trained her in my hospital, she became in a very short time one of my most proficient nurses.
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He acquired a knowledge of the Italian and Spanish languages, and was a proficient French speaker and writer.
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