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resourceful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresourcefulre‧source‧ful /rɪˈzɔːsfəl, -ˈsɔːs- $ -ɔːr-/ AWL adjective  INTELLIGENTgood at finding ways of dealing with practical problems a woman who is energetic and resourcefulresourcefully adverbresourcefulness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
resourcefulThey were a resourceful and talented people.Despite his size, Tom Thumb was lucky and resourceful, and used his size to his advantage.He was the most ingenious fisherman, the most resourceful craftsman, and the most competent sailor whom I had ever met.He is a resourceful, hard-working, genial man.Indeed, Cairenes are among the most resourceful of urban dwellers.Keen competition in the arts, crafts and trade made the Greeks an inventive and resourceful people.A sizeable centre with ancient agricultural traditions, it is a typical example of the resourceful toils of the region.I think your highwayman is a cunning and resourceful villain.We can influence our children's development by encouraging them to be resourceful when they play.She's a shrewd, resourceful woman and will certainly be able to cope.
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