All Adjective Noun
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  • Info An adept is an individual identified as having attained a specific level of knowledge, skill, or aptitude in doctrines relevant to a particular author or organization.
  • Most of the more successful players proved themselves particularly adept at this section.
  • She does not appear to be very adept as she is still captured.
  • He was also adept at holding the ball up to bring other players into the game.
  • It may be said, why do not the higher adepts protect him? Cited from Five Years Of Theosophy, by Various
  • He states that his one great passion is the short story, at which he is most adept.
  • The Emperor has also put him in charge of finding possible Force adepts.
  • Other adepts join the group to help them save the world.
  • During one episode, he is shown to be an adept guitar player.
  • Although left handed by nature, he became adept at using either hand during fights.
  • She calls the adept to surrender completely, so that he or she may cross over.
  • When your are adept at this power you can hide your thoughts and feelings from others.
  • There has been a great deal of controversy concerning the existence of these particular adepts.
  • All three character classes can use different methods, depending on which skills they are adept in.
  • It typically takes several years of learning before a student is adept enough to perform at a concert.
  • Both the aircraft and the squadron proved adept at low level attacks.
  • Ball developed into an impressive player equally adept at both centre back and his main position, left back.
  • In truth, both were too great adepts in court life to let their dissatisfaction appear. Cited from The Chaplet of Pearls, by Charlotte M Yonge
  • He is also quite adept at silently killing any enemies that may cross his path.
  • He proved to be "adept at holding the ball and bringing others into play."
  • It was equally as adept and quick at flying through a forest as through open space.
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