Sometimes, to be unmemorable is to be adroit; and tonight, Obama was deeply unmemorable—and very adroit.
He is adroit and dry, and balances humor with the humanity of life.
Modern circumstances require an adroit approach to the manner in which our foreign policy is being implemented.
In Petraeus, Obama also gets an Afghan commander as adroit at handling the press as McChrystal was suicidal.
He frequently came to her side, but she as frequently made an adroit excuse to leave him.
But the Free State party were not only resolute, but adroit.
They were adroit in executing a thousand stratagems, ambuscadoes, and evolutions.
He was always ready to speak, and always vigorous and adroit.
At length the canoes were beaten back, and thirty-six of them captured by an adroit ruse.
There should be an adroit intermixing of light and serious talk.