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adroit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadroita‧droit /əˈdrɔɪt/ adjective  INTELLIGENTclever and skilful, especially in the way you use words and arguments syn skilled an adroit negotiatoradroitly adverbadroitness noun [uncountable]
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adroitThe subdivision of stock into subject groups calls for flexible and adroit administration.They are highly efficient and especially adroit at cutting out excessive steps and cumbersome procedures.Self-defeating organizations are nothing if not adroit at minimizing the costs of their destructive or ineffectual actions.They were remarkably adroit in their cultivation of the foreign press.In the long run, however, adroit its marketing, takeover may be the only solution.Employing such devices is a fine test of sheer writing skill, of careful and adroit manipulation of language.Since then he has shown every sign of being a pragmatist, an adroit politician and a very hard worker.One reason is that Clinton is a far more adroit politician than Dukakis.
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