What is another word for versatile?

Pronunciation: [vˈɜːsətˌa͡ɪl] (IPA)

Versatile is a common word used to describe someone or something that is capable of adapting to different situations and tasks. Some synonyms for versatile include flexible, adaptable, multi-talented, all-around, resourceful, and handy. These words convey the same idea as versatile but with a slightly different emphasis. For example, flexible emphasizes being able to bend easily to different circumstances, while multi-talented implies possessing proficiency in multiple areas. Resourceful refers to being able to come up with creative solutions to problems, while all-around suggests overall competency in various areas. Whether you're looking for a compliment for someone's skills, or searching for a better word to describe your own versatility, there are plenty of synonyms to choose from.

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What are the opposite words for versatile?

Versatile is an adjective used to describe someone or something that possesses a wide range of abilities, skills or knowledge. Antonyms or opposites for versatile include one-dimensional, inflexible, limited, restricted or specialized. If an individual or object is considered only to have a single skill, they would be one-dimensional, while one that cannot adapt to change or which operates in a rigid manner would be considered inflexible. Restricted and limited could refer to someone or something operating or moving within a confined sphere or with limited scope. Specialized is often an antonym used in a professional context, such as when someone is highly skilled in one specific area but lacks proficiency in others.

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Usage examples for Versatile

The versatile anthropologist knew best, he had thought, and very likely the police would take Bimble's word for it that nobody was concealed in the laboratory.
"The Gray Phantom's Return"
Herman Landon
This new and tasteful edition of "Nick of the Woods" will be certain to make many new admirers for this enchanting story from Dr. Bird's clever and versatile pen.
"Her Mother's Secret"
Emma D. E. N. Southworth
The Vestans always like to attach themselves to human beings-they know that a man's body is more versatile in its capabilities than an animal's.
"The World with a Thousand Moons"
Edmond Hamilton

Famous quotes with Versatile

  • I'd like to consider myself a versatile skater and I like to skate to different kinds of music.
    Oksana Baiul
  • That's what I like about film-it can be bizarre, classic, normal, romantic. Cinema is to me the most versatile thing.
    Catherine Deneuve
  • Animation can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive. This facility makes it the most versatile and explicit means of communication yet devised for quick mass appreciation.
    Walt Disney
  • Being as versatile as I am, I take offense to the notion that no serious musician would not be doing a late night talk show gig. One has to be open enough in other areas to be able to contribute to a show like this.
    Kevin Eubanks
  • My talents fall within definite limitations. I am not as versatile an actress as some think.
    Greta Garbo

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