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Definition of "dexterously" [dex•ter•ous•ly]

  • In a dexterous manner; skillfully; with precision; carefully. (adverb)

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Use "dexterously" in a sentence
  • "Troy threw the coin dexterously across the front plot and over the fence towards Gabriel, who shunned it in its fall, his face turning to an angry red."
  • "I could also hide my skill very dexterously, which is generally found a work of great difficulty, and judiciously winning or losing, I contrived to make it answer my purpose, -- until one day, going to a table which I was very much in the practice of frequenting, and where no one was then engaged, I was invited by a stranger to play."
  • "And riding swiftly on horses and managing them 'dexterously' the princes began to hit marks with shafts engraved with their respective names."
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