- ambidextrous ease, skill, or facility.
- unusual cleverness.
- duplicity; deceitfulness.
Origin of ambidexterity
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Examples from the Web for ambidexterity
This is very desirable in many games and should be done aside from any theories as to the value of ambidexterity.Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium
Jessie H. Bancroft
Talk about ambidexterity—Martin didn't know what it would be like to use one hand at a time.Held for Orders
Frank H. Spearman
Is there any phase of life in which ambidexterity would not be a factor of the greatest value?Chats on Angling
H. V. Hart-Davis
And herein, I think, we find the true answer to Charles Reade's mistaken notion of the advantages of ambidexterity.Falling in Love
Both, as in ambidexterity, the ability to use both hands with equal ease.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
Word Origin and History for ambidexterity
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- The state or quality of being ambidextrous.
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