|ADJ || adroit | more adroit / adroiter | most adroit / adroitest |
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- He was an adroit physician and practised pure Ayurveda till his death.
- As Leroy's first color film, "Blossoms in the Dust" demonstrates an aesthetically pleasing and an adroit handling of the new Technicolor technology.
- A December 2005 article published on the Internet claimed that Rodriguez was adroit at insinuating himself into the good graces of Randi's targets and eliciting incriminating information, and that he had previously been featured on television in Puerto Rico escaping from a chained straitjacket while hanging from a burning rope.
- Many 18th-century operas that require adroit bel canto skills have also experienced post-war revivals, ranging from lesser-known Mozart and Haydn to extensive Baroque works by Handel, Vivaldi and others.
- In a lecture that Rogers delivered on 13 December 2018 at the University of Liverpool, he said that the EU was always adroit at reframing things that have already been agreed, such as the "backstop", in ways that "make the medicine slip down".
- Milestone was not encumbered as yet by the Production Code, and his portrayal of the overwrought Puritan missionary Reverend Davidson (Walter Huston) and his rape of Thompson blends violence with sexual and religious symbolism through adroit intercutting.
- Harry Reasoner (April 17, 1923 – August 6, 1991) was an American journalist for CBS and ABC News, known for his adroit use of language as a television commentator and as one of the original hosts of the news magazine "60 Minutes" (1968–1970, 1978–1991).
- Chaney's adroit "quick-change" transformations from the Blackbird into The Bishop—intrinsic to the methods of "show culture"—are "explicitly revealed" to the movie audience, such that Browning invites them to share in the deception.
- Only through the adroit handling of the legislation by Speaker of the House Henry Clay was a settlement reached and disunion avoided.
- As a youth, he was adroit at football and rowing. By age seven, Maxwell had already honed his golf game and, thanks to golf lessons he had received from Ben Sayers, the precocious young lad carded a 74 in two rounds on the Ladies' Course at North Berwick.
- Kirkus Reviews calls the novel a "funny feminist manifesto that will delight" through its "adroit, insightful examination" of adolescent dilemmas.
- He was an adroit calligrapher, known for the firmness of his writing.
- "Pitchfork" observed "with its adroit, seemingly effortless take on traditionalism, "Luc's Lantern" should prove to be as accessible a point of entry as a newcomer could hope for, and as a refreshing, uncomplicated rear-view glance for Parker's established jazz audience".
- Critics have described the DCS as “extremely adroit”, “fresh” and “innovative.” The orchestra has been lauded for its film series, which pairs classic silent films with newly commissioned scores.
- Allmusic awarded the album 4½ stars calling it "a delightful trio outing with an adroit and light feel".
- Kennan's new policy of containment, in the words of his later 'X' article, was that Soviet pressure had to "be contained by the adroit and vigilant application of counterforce at a series of constantly shifting geographical and political points".
- Writer Stephen Holden of "The New York Times" described Doolittle as a "phenomenally gifted, stylistically adroit [...] Gladys Knight-Tina Turner hybrid [...] brings a compelling honesty to every phrase she sings," and predicted a successful post-"Idol" career for her.
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