skillful

All Adjective
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  • He was very skillful and showed very special love to his work.
  • Poor players with great hands may be defeated by skillful players with poor cards.
  • When I shall become skillful in learning I will then go and see you.
  • His strength lay in his skillful use of heavy cavalry and artillery fire.
  • He was a very skillful musician, and wrote several works on music and its history.
  • After the death of the king, she ruled the kingdom with skillful administration.
  • He is skillful enough to make the reader feel the same way.
  • Players can win with only one beetle if they are skillful enough.
  • He was widely recognised as one of the most skillful players of his era.
  • In his service at these sites, he worked primarily as a skillful hand painter.
  • Being strong and skillful, he did very well, winning some events outright.
  • The only positive force that exists in the novel is the skillful use of language.
  • He also taught there and was a devoted teacher and skillful in native languages.
  • He was considered one of the most skillful and talented player of his generation.
  • His skillful and original drumming style is a well-known feature of both mentioned bands.
  • Many English public school football games involved dribbling and players were often very skillful at this art.
  • Only supreme effort and skillful damage control by her gallant men saved the ship.
  • He was soon generally recognized as one of the most skillful organists of his time.
  • Typically these bonus points are located in places that require skillful flying to reach.
  • He was very skillful and moved more like a Brazilian than an American.
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