As handsome as Pierce, as affable as McKinley, he was a more experienced and dextrous politician than either.
He caught it on the second try, in those swift, dextrous tendrils.
The plot, dextrous as the contrivance of it had been, was not destined to succeed.
With a dextrous stroke of the ax sever the head from the body.
It surprised Sigurd to find an adversary so resolute and dextrous.
Wright is a thorough logician, dextrous, transparent, straightforward.
The Moor was powerful in wielding his weapons and dextrous in managing his steed.
One pumpkin came rolling directly down toward Addison; but by a dextrous kick he turned it aside.
It is the mere excitement of rapid movement—a dextrous and delirious rotation.
Douglas, the most dextrous of rope-dancers, had regained his place as the foremost man in his old party.