Deftly [adverb]

Definition of Deftly:

in a dexterous manner

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Sentence/Example of Deftly:

Van Den Berg deftly details the heat and nature as well as the people.

Holladay, a biographer, novelist, poet and scholar of modern and contemporary American literature, deftly pulls off this daunting hat trick.

As a film, Mangrove deftly weaves such acts together so that they are, as they always are, inextricable.

Some are short essays, but many are streams of fragments — often barely a word or two, all of them deftly arranged and fluttering about.

The novella’s 1961 film adaptation, The Innocents, deftly brings James’s version of the story to life.

The only thing that kept him awake was Sarah's shapely fingers moving deftly among the pages of the sacred book.

The dwarfs leaped into the air and in a bound seized and cut the branches, out of which they deftly wove a basket chair.

The white-haired man deftly removed Talpers's revolver from its holster and put it on the table.

Bent low over the machine, he seems absorbed in the work, his hands deftly manipulating the shuttle, his foot on the treadle.

"Those Others could not breathe under the water, as you cannot," he explained as he worked deftly and swiftly.