skilful

[skil-fuhl]
adjective
Chiefly British, skillful.

skilfully, adverb
skilfulness, noun
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skilful or skillful (ˈskɪlfʊl)
 
adj
1.  possessing or displaying accomplishment or skill
2.  involving or requiring accomplishment or skill
 
skillful or skillful
 
adj
 
'skilfully or skillful
 
adv
 
'skillfully or skillful
 
adv
 
'skilfulness or skillful
 
n
 
'skillfulness or skillful
 
n

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Example sentences
One skilful strike from his opponent, and his chances of fathering the next
  generation could painfully disappear.
His reign was characterised by a combination of skilful foreign policy and
  ruthless suppression of domestic dissent.
What makes these creations so winning is their exuberance not skilful mastery
  of technique or sophisticated drawing.
His skilful turn of phrase instantly draws the scene.
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