from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Deftly; in an adroit manner.
- adv. In a manner exhibiting skill at handling situations, particularly difficult situations.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an adroit manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an adroit manner; with dexterity; readily; skilfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with adroitness; in an adroit manner
Charlottesville would probably attract many more through travelers and if handled adroitly from a planning standpoint, that would represent a nice business proposition.
Coleman exploited the issue adroitly, never making it personal or disrespectful, but always mentioning the need for new ideas and fresh energy in Washington.
Ruddy claimed that there is no formal or business relationship with Trump but added, Trump realizes the great potential of Newsmax and has been using it very adroitly.
Luckily the orchestra, under Lothar Koenigs, were playing so adroitly that the slipped dialogue and consequent collapse of surtitles in the prologue hardly mattered, expertly brought back on course by the nimble conductor.
It's not precisely SF, but it deploys SF tropes adroitly - not that it would matter if it didn't.
Definitely worth seeing for just the technical achievement in visuals and definiately for the 3-D, which I thoughts was handled adroitly.
I adroitly delude myself that I have the know-how and Con cred to efficiently maximize my enjoyment, but my plans, without exception, get tossed shortly after I grab my badge.
House Republicans adroitly shifted the debate's focus from how much to raise the debt ceiling to how much should spending be cut.
The Nixon-Kissinger center-right also more or less subscribed to this view that America was in decline relative to the Soviets, a decline that needed to be managed adroitly through brilliant diplomacy: thus, detente.
The mixture of classical elements and point work with flamenco and ballet adroitly fused with the live music, led by singer Jose Onell Carbonell.
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