Definition of Adroitnesses:
Sentence/Example of Adroitnesses:
The web makers, however, could win their battles, thanks to adroit fighting, venom and lots of prey-wrapping silk.
He had, moreover, the adroitness to extirpate that rivalry which alone destroys all united effort.
He went at his job with a handy adroitness which was almost scientific, it was so much like surgery, like dissection.
Jem resented this doubt cast upon his adroitness, and crawled out among the bushes.
He was playing for two stakes—present profit and future power and glory; and he played with brave adroitness.
Such a singular mixture of courage, adroitness and statesmanship was he that everywhere he prevailed by one method or another.
Father's adroitness in drawing facts from witnesses—often against their will—kept the Audience laughing and applauding.
The following case of successful adroitness is only one out of many such tricks played off in the prisons of the sister kingdom.
Yet there was about him a tenacious masculine strength, an adroitness of self-protection which needed no champion.
His great good nature was not disturbed by a single inconvenient circumstance, and he enjoyed the sense of his adroitness.