Sentence with the word adept
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T'Lar, the most learned of them all, had recently and without comment ceased to use the title "adept."
Mr. Williams was known as an adept improviser who effortlessly switched between classical, jazz and pop styles.
He/she probably meant to use the word adept having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude.
Williams was known as an adept improviser who effortlessly switched between classical, jazz and pop styles.
I think a little friendly guide to the new system might help, for us oldsters who are not what you could call adept users.
The other two chiefs are a Negro and a Hindoo; the adept is a Malay.
If you depend on that and the guy is any kind of adept, you are getting cut, and maybe fatally.
Other main characters are Queen Jehanne, former top Night Court "adept" ie former top courtesan of Terre Ange and second wife of King Daniel Courcel, her lover and dabbler in magical arts Raphael de Mereliot, elderly Ch'in wizard Lo Feng and his factotum disciple and martial arts expert Bao who are honored guests of the Angeline court, as well as quite a few others that you will encounter in the fullness of time.
And so I over the years have become much more--I don't want to use the word "adept" because that's not really--self-identified and much more persistent about my own perceptions than I have been about what other people's perceptions are.
I don't argue with "adept" but I have serious questions about just how "quietly" they have acted.
On Saturday there’ll be a short post showing how the use of gobbledegook to reinforce, in the initiate, the all-knowingness of the adept is a key strategy in the broader community, particularly with groups like Common Purpose.
Perhaps he was an "adept" of Count Tolstoy, and was merely masquerading in that costume, which was very comfortable, though it was only September.
He became an "adept", and discovered how easily the priest drifts into priestcraft, and fraud steps in with legerdemain and miracle to amend the truth.
"So what was all the fuss about Enda," read the front page headline of the Irish Daily Mail, whose writers praised the former school teacher's "adept" performance.
She also said that China was "adept" at exploiting differences in US and Chinese policies with respect to human rights and the promotion of democracy, citing Cambodia as an example.
London's Southwark Crown Court heard throughout it all he hid his dishonesty behind a 'veneer of credibility' fuelled by a fleet of expensive cars and claims he was a highly 'adept' property developer and markets speculator.
I don't agree that she's been very 'adept' at State.
I would truly not be surprised if some of the more 'adept' individuals out
I would truly not be surprised if some of the more 'adept' individuals out there are able to take a 15 minute task and turn it into an all day affair.
i am adept in many things
I saw Adept playing on Metaltown's afterparty 09!
I need some more adepts
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- Synonym for "adept"
- proficient, skilful, tactful, mastery, skillful
- Antonym for "adept"
- Phrases for "adept"
- adept at, pretty adept, very adept, adept analyst, quite adept
- Rhyme for "adept"
- accept, crept, except, inept, intercept
- Equivalent for "adept"
- Etymologically Related for "adept"
- apt, aptitude
- Same Context for "adept"
- proficient, skilled, talented, competent, knowledgeable