1. adroit

adjective. ['əˈdrɔɪt'] quick or skillful or adept in action or thought.


  • handy
  • quick-witted
  • clean
  • cunning
  • artful
  • neat
  • deft
  • ingenious
  • light-fingered
  • nimble-fingered
  • clever
  • dexterous
  • co-ordinated
  • coordinated


  • maladroit
  • inaccessible
  • inconvenient
  • dirty

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Rhymes with Adroit

  • exploit
  • detroit
  • dutoit
  • deloitte
  • benoit
  • beloit
  • voit
  • voigt
  • voight
  • hoyt
  • hoit
  • foyt
  • coit
  • boyte
  • boyt

How do you pronounce adroit?

Pronounce adroit as əˈdrɔɪt.

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Sentences with adroit

1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Become adroit at operating a variety of airplane types.

2. Adjective
Remain vigilant once you become adroit at prioritizing your budgetary needs vs. your wants.

Quotes about adroit

1. I'm very confident that Nick Hornby always gets it right as a writer. He has the vernacular and passion. He is adroit and dry, and balances humor with the humanity of life.
- Pierce Brosnan

2. Women intrinsically understand human dynamics, and that makes them unstoppable. Unfortunately, the average man is less adroit at fostering such rivalries, which is why most men remain average; males are better at hating things that can't hate them back (e.g., lawnmowers, cats, the Denver Broncos, et cetera). They don't see the big picture.
- Chuck Klosterman, Chuck Klosterman IV: A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas