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Synonyms for adept

Synonyms for adept

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

Synonyms for adept

someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field

having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude

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The insurer partnered with China Merchants Bank, a leading retail lender recognized for its ability to adeptly manage customers, when it forayed into the Chinese market in 2003.
The author adeptly balances Lizzie's experiences and emotions with the factual background.
Borowski, who adeptly uses the vernacular and tactics of poker to expound on his parenting ideas.
Porter is a talented reader who differentiates characters adeptly with distinct voices that suit their personalities.
It's all tease and anticipation - plenty of tricks but too little treat - adeptly manipulated by director Hideo Nakata, the creator of the original Japanese blockbuster Ringu upon which The Ring was based.
The strength of these accounts is that they adeptly convey the impact of slavery, the Great Migration of blacks from the South, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement and other social and political movements on black religious thought and practice.
Then there was the great wall of sound which made up the Sound Barrier Rhapsody and the engagingly different Concerto for Two Pianos (Three Hands), in which Antonio Piricone and Martin Roscoe adeptly played the solo parts - Piricone especially, since the player is directed to use right hand only.
CI notes that although the banks have adeptly managed their balance sheets in the face of continued elevated credit and geopolitical risks, their financial strength is nevertheless affected by the deteriorating operating environment, as well as by their relatively high exposure to sovereign credit risk.
Although there is an underlying paranormal element throughout Fury, it also deals adeptly with contemporary teen life: bullying, peer pressure, love, betrayal, and redemption are all included in this multifaceted read.
Chandler is highly convincing as the tentative, overly analytical Sundheimer and differentiates the other characters adeptly. Francine Levitov, Attorney, New York, NY
Chris Schofield (66) batted adeptly, putting on 64 withGlen Chapple.
Askew adeptly shows the hardships and heroicism of her characters lives.
Accomplished teen authors adeptly use various literary techniques to sharply capture life's realities, detail single moments, present philosophies, or poignantly and defiantly convey relationships, with surprises throughout.
This poignant tale by the author of Say Yes and Getting Near to Baby adeptly captures the confusion of the times, as Grace sorts through her conflicting feelings and she and her family try to come to terms with Collin's decision.
Home (ITV) CHRISTINE Hamilton appears to have adeptly made the transition from former politician's wife and the rent-a-personalappearance circuit to a full-blown presenter.