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Synonyms for ambidextrous

not being what one purports to be

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Synonyms for ambidextrous

equally skillful with each hand

marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another

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As we can see in these examples, Patrick, in compliance with the traditional male script, describes the physical environment (number of places he lived during childhood) and highlights his father's jobs and accomplishments, as well as his father's distinguishing features (ambidexterous).
Since Valandry thought of herself as a respectable white wife and mother, she adopted conventional American attitudes toward native virtues: Indians are remarkably athletic like the ambidexterous conductor of the Hunka ceremony, or they do beautiful work like the inmate carpenter.
It is ambidexterous in design with a slight thumb rest in the proper position on both sides and a feeling of security is afforded by the molded lines in the front strap and small squares on both grip panels.