The same will not be said about My Week With Marilyn, no matter how proficient Williams is.
“We clearly have a proficient bombmaker in town,” says a European security official.
More impressive than their appearance were their proficient debating skills.
Lots of things that now seem canonical would not have been accessible to Leonardo, who was not that proficient in Latin.
As proficient as he was in making people trust him, she eventually became wise to his masquerade.
He was a proficient scholar in Greek and Hebrew, in mathematics, astronomy and chemistry.
And our friend Gorgias is one of the best, and the art in which he is a proficient is the noblest.
Nothing was left undone to make them proficient in their work.
In the first two R's, "readin' and 'ritin'," Miss Thompson was proficient.
He has proved himself a true artist, and proficient in all departments—both figure and landscape.
1580s, back-formation from proficiency or else from Old French proficient (15c.), from Latin proficientem (nominative proficiens), present participle of proficere "to make progress, go forward, effect, accomplish, be useful" (see proficiency). Related: Proficiently.