deft

Definition of deft

Pronunciation: dĕft
a.1.Apt; fit; spruce; neat.
Let me be deft and debonair.
- Byron.
2.dexterous; clever; handy; as, a deft feat of legerdemain.
The limping god, so deft at his new ministry.
- Dryden.

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