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Synonyms for skillful

having the ability to perform well

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

showing art or skill in performing or doing

well done or executed

Synonyms for skillful

having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude

done with delicacy and skill


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But that is my conviction, and judging by the last letter with which His Highness the Archduke Ferdinand has honored me, I imagine that the Austrian troops, under the direction of so skillful a leader as General Mack, have by now already gained a decisive victory and no longer need our aid," said Kutuzov.
Then she recovered, but today or tomorrow or in ten years she won't; they'll bury her, and nothing will be left either of her or of that smart girl in the red jacket, who with that skillful, soft action shakes the ears out of their husks.
He said the trainee after given admission in a particular trait is provided with free of cost skillful training, books and uniforms besides scholarship of Rs 1500 per month.
The booth enjoys skillful staff to answer visitors' inquiries and questions and listen to their suggestions.
If this cultivation of the skillful would bring harm and suffering, I would not ask you to cultivate it.
Khartoum, June, 18 (SUNA) - The Expatriates Organ will regulate seminar on the Sudanese skillful cadres working in Britain on July 30, 2013 at the headquarters of the organ.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Russia's military-industrial complex has exhausted its scientific and technical stocks and badly needs influx of skillful workforce, high-ranking officials said.
Developing mindful students, skillful thinkers, thoughtful schools.
Craig Perra, President, Skillful Means Consulting (SkM) 916-945-6882 craigperra@vicereport.
20 (VOI) Co Mayor of Diwaniya on Wednesday said that 10 donams (1 donam = 1000 squared meters) have been allocated to be distributed among skillful workers and technicians, to establish an industrial area in the city.
The future of the England football team, famous for winning absolutely zilch since 1966, rests on children under the age of eight becoming less competitive and more skillful, according to Sir Trevor Brooking.
Illustrated with warm, personable watercolor paintings by award-winning artist Michaelin Otis Andy and Pancake is the picturebook story of a young boy and his new pet hamster, who turns out to be quite the skillful escape artist
The Manichean Debate is a skillful translation of eight works by Saint Augustine of Hippo, originally written circa 387 to 404, to counter the Manichean religion.
Less skillful people put off handling crucial issues until they can't hold it in any longer, and then they explode.
A skillful and accomplished writer, Lisa' "Backyard Bigfoot: The True Story Of Stick Signs, UFOs, & The Sasquatch" introduces the reader into the complex and sometimes contradictory realm of theories, coutner-theories, and assumptions about Bigfoot.