Sentence for adept | Use adept in a sentence

Sentences for adept. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use adept in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for adept.

  • Either she was disappointed or she was an adept. (10)
  • I saw that the ground had been selected by an adept. (6)
  • He was an adept in the irony of incongruously grouping. (10)
  • Wilfrid was peculiarly adept in the idle game he played. (10)
  • But Holly was adept at keeping things to herself, and all had seemed to go quite well. (8)
  • Wilfrid hesitated, and by his adept hesitation succeeded in throwing her off the jealous scent. (10)
  • Low humourist this leader seems; perchance Pitched from his University career, Adept at classic fooling. (10)
  • He is left to work out his own salvation, sometimes becoming an adept, but frequently dragging along in mediocrity. (16)
  • Captain Abrane assured her he had a star, and Mr. Potts thought him a rush compere, an adept of those dreadful gambling tables. (10)
  • He seemed, to Rosamund Culling, twice older than he was, strangely adept, yet more strangely wise of worldly matters, and eloquent too. (10)

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Definition of adept:

  • adept, ad-ept’, or ad’ept, adj. completely skilled (_in_). | n. a proficient. | n. adep’tion (_bacon_), attainment. (0)

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