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  • I am so sorry to hear about your trees-too sad that the municipalities treat plant life with less technical knowledge, interest and adeptitude than garbage disposal.

    The Porch Garden and a Summer Chowder Lindy 2006


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  • <blockquote>roylej commented on the user roylej
    I'd like to add the word 'adeptitude'.

    It's a noun meaning 'the ability to become proficient' or 'an innate skill or proficiency'

    It's been in use for a while. See examples here.

    April 9, 2014