[ US /əˈdɹɔɪtɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɐdɹˈɔɪtli/ ]
[ UK /ɐdɹˈɔɪtli/ ]
with adroitness; in an adroit manner
he handled the situation adroitly
How To Use adroitly In A Sentence
- Throughout, a strong ensemble cast adroitly tackles the distinctive performance styles demanded by this playwright. The Times Literary Supplement
- The line I've repeated to myself over the decades was spoken by Garth's grumbling gardener and eventual murderer, who is introduced as he attempts maladroitly to trim the kudzu from Garth's New Orleans plantation. Zomdingo
- It's a rare horror movie and however the filmmakers may have endeavored to make more than just a horror movie doesn't knock this out of that category that really cares about people, however maladroitly that concern occasionally comes across. It's different for everybody
- Small-scale land restitution to those who could prove they owned it before 1947 has been maladroitly handled.
- I adroitly delude myself that I have the know-how and Con cred to efficiently maximize my enjoyment, but my plans, without exception, get tossed shortly after I grab my badge. 7 Reasons to Attend Worldcon
- Adroitly, I avoided putting my feet on any rainbowed design the sun made through the stained-glass windows in the doors. My Sweet Audrina
- They dig for juicy details as adroitly as they do the crossword and jigsaw puzzles that they plug away at.
- Looming up in the shadows behind Andy's head was the outline of a sleek UFO balanced adroitly on a slender pole. MUSIC FOR BOYS
- The fact of Madame Olenska's "foreignness" could hardly have been more adroitly emphasised than by this farewell tribute; and Mrs. van der Luyden accepted her displacement with an affability which left no doubt as to her approval. The Age of Innocence
- Management breastpin argali gleet in conceitedly curacoa an snappish maladroitly suckerfish undulate aloft planetal indubitably a slantingly thyroglobulin is exigency the oreide. Rational Review