Adept

Antonyms of ADEPT

Examples of usage:

  1. Toiling in the midst of a dense thicket, among a tangle of dead leaves and twigs, she may well produce a very inaccurate piece of work; but compel her to labour when free from all impediment: she will then- I am convinced of it beforehand- apply her talents without constraint and show herself an adept in the building of graceful nests. "The Life of the Spider" by J. Henri Fabre
  2. The adept shook his head. "The Gloved Hand" by Burton E. Stevenson
  3. They walked slowly, and, for a time, neither spoke; yet the silence was of a kind which the adept rejoiced to have produced thus soon- their second meeting. "The Two Vanrevels" by Booth Tarkington
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