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Another word for adeptness

  1. Natural or acquired facility in a specific activity

      1. The quality of being able to do something, especially the physical, mental, financial, or legal power to accomplish something.
      2. Skill, expertness, or talent
      3. The quality of being suitable for or receptive to a specified treatment:
      1. The conscious use of the imagination in the production of objects intended to be contemplated or appreciated as beautiful, as in the arrangement of forms, sounds, or words.
      2. Products of this activity; imaginative works considered as a group:
      3. A skill that is attained by study, practice, or observation:
      1. Ability to have and use; mastery
      2. Possession and exercise of the authority to command:
      3. (Comput.) A request entered by means of a keyboard, mouse, etc. to have a particular function performed
      1. Any of various hobbies in which things are made by hand, including painting, origami, scrapbooking, etc.
      2. Any occupation or avocation requiring special skills, especially manual ones, including carpentry, sewing, pottery, etc.
      3. A special skill, art, or dexterity
      1. Skill or knowledge in a particular area.
      2. Great skill or knowledge in a particular field or hobby
      3. The skill, knowledge, judgment, etc. of an expert
      1. A tendency or pattern of behavior:
      2. Ability to do something easily; particular skill
      3. A special talent or skill, especially one difficult to explain or teach:
      1. Full command of a subject of study:
      2. Masterly ability; expert skill or knowledge
      3. The act of mastering (an art, science, etc.)
      1. The state or quality of being proficient; competence.
      1. A developed talent or ability:
      2. An art, trade, or technique, particularly one requiring use of the hands or body:
      3. Ability in such an art, craft, or science
      1. (Uncountable) Practical ability in some given field or practice, often as opposed to creativity or imaginative skill. [from 19th c.]
      2. The basic method for making or doing something, such as an artistic work or scientific procedure:
      3. Skill or command in a particular activity:
      1. Alternative spelling of know-how.
      2. (Informal) Knowledge of how to do something well; technical skill