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ambisinister

[ am-bi-sin-uh-ster ]
/ ˌæm bɪˈsɪn ə stər /
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adjective
clumsy or unskillful with both hands.
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Also am·bi·sin·is·trous [am-bi-sin-is-truhs, -bee-si-nis-truhs]. /ˌæm bɪˈsɪn ɪs trəs, -bi sɪˈnɪs trəs/.

Origin of ambisinister

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH ambisinister

ambidextrous, ambisinistrous
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