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Definition of the noun adeptness
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noun - plural: adeptnesses
- skillful performance or ability without difficulty
- example: his quick adeptness was a product of good design
- lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
- synonyms of adeptness: adroitness / deftness / facility / quickness
- more generic word: skillfulness = the state of being cognitively skillful
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Alternative definition of the noun adeptness
- The quality of being adept.
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Challenging the Executive Mind by D. Swanson
Value adeptness means that anemployee isableto recognize,analyze, and incorporatevalues in decision making. As such,itistheopposite ofnormative myopia andcongruent with normative receptivity (as described inChapters 4 and 5, ...
Beyond Terror (2004)
Strategy in a Changing World by Ralph Peters
Yet even our military is information-based and, when it is allowed to fight, its informational adeptness is a force multiplier so strong it cannot be measured ( even by our measuring culture). A long time ago technologically, in Operation Desert ...
by Lois Harrion
Cultural adeptness is the ability to effectively interact with those from different groups. Enhanced cultural skill allows nurses and patients to resolve orhead off conflicts when certain culture clashes occur. This effort refines existing knowledge ...
The Illustrated American (1895)
such adscititious adeptness means all_herent aptiessential “ improvement.
Sociality or social adeptness is the skillful application of empathy in daily life.. One may be well-disposed toward other human beings. But it will yield desired results only when this genuine empathetic attitude is transformed into worthy and ...
Understanding Risk (2008)
The Theory and Practice of Financial Risk Management by David Murphy
But it does mean that the effective risk manager has to work with these tendencies rather than opposing them: political adeptness is an important skill too.
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
ADEPTNESS, n. the quality of skilfulness, proficiency. ADEQUATE— ADERSBACH ROCKS. ADEQUATE, a. ¢id'é-kwdt [L. adwqudtus, made equal ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney
adeptness (9-dept'nes), n. The quality or state '71 arrive at, reach, attain, obtain, ( ad to, + ap-isci, reach, attain, ...
by Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Gerard A. Callanan
The last component of this conceptualization of EI, social skills, refers to a person's adeptness in interpersonal relations. In addition to this five-competency conceptualization of EI, several other trait-based models exist. One of the popular ...
Dictionary, Grades 6 - 12 (2012)
Classic Reference Library by American Education Publishing
adeptness n. a•dept n. A person learned in the arts, especially of ...
by John R. Shook
displayed the Institute's adeptness at using the means of statistical social science: questionnaires, response sheets, and surveys. The notable finding of ...
by M. B. Belsare
Adeptness;oleverness. slim, a. m. [ S. Kit a tiger, a demon. ] A tribe of savages dwelling in Okha-msndal ( Dwaraka ), and maintaining themselves by highway robbery and piracy. sr'fl void 312%. —owu. H.511, adj. m. Same as mikes. sum, 0. f.
by Louise Cummings
suggest that the ability to entertain a representation of a situation as something other than a true belief about the world would have improved human adeptness in reacting and responding to local aspects of the ...
by Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
Kostelanetz's best critical and anthological works reveal something of Hofstadter ' s influence — an adeptness at historical synthesis, an ability to draw from other disciplines. Perhaps the greatest influence, though, comes from the inventive ...
by Paul Zollo
accurateness accursedness accusativeness acquisitiveness acridness acrimonious acropolis activeness actless actress acuteness adaptableness adaptiveness addictiveness adeptness adequateness adhesiveness Adonis adorableness ...
by W. George Scarlett
A teacher's adeptness at managing reactions, especially negative emotional reactions,
Encyclopedia of Early Cinema (2005)
by Richard Abel
a particular adeptness at staging in depth, which often involved deftly choreographing characters and crowds of extras in deep outdoor spaces. Many of these films received very favorable reviews from both the public and the press: among ...
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Scrabble value of A1D2E1P3T1N1E1S1S1
The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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