How often had she been dexterously left alone with them in the drawing-room!
Mr. Flaxman dexterously continued the subject of the Elsmeres.
The other, unmoved, dexterously shifted a mouthful of tobacco.
He was called upon to do so, and dexterously did he execute his design.
The smaller man ostentatiously broke the seal from a new pack of cards, dexterously spreading them across the table.
They tell me the cautery, if dexterously applied, is better; but I have not tried it.
So much was wise to promise to men who could draw conclusions so dexterously.
Leaning over him, she suddenly and dexterously plucked it forth.
Judith did not know whether she was being chaffed or not, so she dexterously changed the subject.
This the little occupant accomplishes as dexterously as any tailor.