What is another word for adeptly?

Pronunciation: [ɐdˈɛptli] (IPA)

Adeptly is a word used to describe someone who is skilled, proficient, and adept in different areas. There are several synonyms for the word adeptly. These include adroitly, skillfully, masterfully, proficiently, dexterously, deftly, cleverly, and artfully. These words describe individuals who possess a high level of skill and ability in their respective fields. Such individuals possess an exceptional command and control of the task at hand and can execute it with ease and precision. The use of these synonyms can enhance communication and provide more variety and depth to written or spoken language.

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What are the hypernyms for Adeptly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for adeptly?

The word adeptly means to do something skillfully or proficiently. The antonyms for adeptly are unskillfully, ineptly, amateurishly, clumsily, and badly. When one is unskillful, they are not able to perform a task efficiently or proficiently. Ineptly means lacking in skill or not suitable for a particular task. Amateurishly means to do something like an amateur or someone who is not professionally trained. Clumsily means to perform a task awkwardly and without coordination. Badly means to do something in a manner that results in an unfavorable outcome. It is always essential to strive towards being adept rather than being inept, unskillful, or bad at something.

Usage examples for Adeptly

The woman chuckled privately through the first cigarette, adeptly fashioned another, removed to a rocking-chair before the open fire and in a businesslike fervour seized a half-knitted woollen sock, upon which she fell to work.
"Ma Pettengill"
Harry Leon Wilson
Grant Richards adeptly fanned the conflagration.
"The Loom of Youth"
Alec Waugh

Famous quotes with Adeptly

  • They more adeptly bend the willow's branches who have experience of the willow's roots.
    Rainer Maria Rilke

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