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synonyms for skillfully

  • ably
  • adroitly
  • aptly
  • deftly
  • expertly
  • handily
  • ingeniously
  • neatly
  • nimbly
  • smoothly
  • agilely
  • cunningly
  • dexterously
  • facilely
  • glibly
  • proficiently
  • quickly
  • readily
  • resourcefully
  • famously
  • magnificently
  • splendidly
  • admirably
  • distinctively
  • divinely
  • exquisitely
  • extremely well
  • fine
  • flawlessly
  • incomparably
  • ingeniously
  • marvelously
  • masterfully
  • nobly
  • notably
  • perfectly
  • remarkably
  • sensationally
  • superbly
  • supremely
  • swimmingly
  • well
  • wonderfully

antonyms for skillfully

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  • awkwardly
  • clumsily
  • unskillfully
    • strongly
        • inadequately
        • incompletely
        • incorrectly
        • insufficiently
        • mistakenly
        • partially
        • wrongly
        • badly
        • unpleasantly
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        How to use skillfully in a sentence

        In other words, the shorter the season, the less we can be certain the more skillful teams will rise to the top of the standings, leading to more surprises.
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        If you’re someone who hasn’t invested in skillful social media strategists so far, you need to reconsider.
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        In both “The Jar” and “The Race,” the colloquy benefits from skillful steerage by a moderator in the former case and a group of young actors in the latter.
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        The photographers featured in the exhibition planned meticulously for their winning shots, and the results were universally beautifully composed and skillful as well as miraculously lucky.
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        Meteorologists call such periods “forecasts of opportunity,” because they represent times when forecasts are likely to be more skillful.
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        It was being driven very rapidly, but very skillfully, and the car was empty save for the driver.
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        The girls were dressed in such boating costumes as gave them the very freest movement, and they both used the paddle skillfully.
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        Amy, who was in the bow sheered off, but brought the side of the canoe skillfully against the rough planks.
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        Mr. Henty has never combined history and thrilling adventure more skillfully than in this extremely interesting story.
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        It has an alluring plot, and is well and skillfully worked out.
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        WORDS RELATED TO SKILLFULLY

        • ably
        • adroitly
        • agilely
        • aptly
        • cunningly
        • deftly
        • dexterously
        • expertly
        • facilely
        • glibly
        • handily
        • ingeniously
        • neatly
        • nimbly
        • proficiently
        • quickly
        • readily
        • resourcefully
        • skillfully
        • smoothly
        Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.