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skillful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskillfulskill‧ful /ˈskɪlfəl/ adjective  x-refthe American spelling of skilful
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skillfulHuman use of language is remarkably skillful.They were highly professional and very skillful.We give him instruction in safe and skillful driving.Biological evolution has made the human species more sensitive to its environment and more skillful in dealing with it.Thanks to Jackson's skillful management, profits are up this year.He was very skillful, not only in how legislation was drafted but in the entire process of how it became law.a skillful team playerthe skillful use of sound effectsShe even learned skillful ways to lead her peers into games that she enjoyed and which were not overwhelming for her.
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