Another word for dexterous
dexterous deft adroit handy nimbleSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives refer to skill and ease in performance. Dexterous implies physical or mental agility: dexterous fingers. Deft suggests quickness, sureness, neatness, and lightness of touch: deft strokes; a deft turn of phrase. Adroit implies ease and natural skill, especially in challenging situations: an adroit skier; an adroit negotiator. Handy suggests a more modest aptitude, principally in manual work: handy with tools. Nimble stresses quickness and lightness in physical or mental performance: nimble feet; nimble wits.
Another word for dexterousadjective
Exhibiting or possessing skill and ease in performance:adroit, clever, deft, facile, handy, nimble, slick. See ability
Showing art or skill in performing or doing:adroit, artful, deft, skillful. See ability, knowledge