Origin of dexterity
Related formsnon·dex·ter·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for dexterity
It was a reminder that regardless of how outrageous the setting may be, one cannot deny Browne's dexterity in designing clothes.
That kind of dexterity requires tremendous personal and political talent, which Cuccinelli lacks.
She could not understand, despite his explanations, why these fireworks of dexterity were worth while.The Second Latchkey|Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
I do not understand bargaining, nor possess the dexterity requisite for the purpose.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson|Thomas Jefferson
And in no victory do they glory so much as in that which is gained by dexterity and good conduct without bloodshed.Utopia|Thomas More
I congratulated him upon his dexterity; but much remained to be done.In the Heart of Africa|Samuel White Baker
Will all the dexterity of foot-police and mounted 225 guards ever succeed in disentangling this snarl of equipages?Spanish Highways and Byways|Katharine Lee Bates