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    deft - Dictionary definition and meaning for word deft

    Definition
    (adj) skillful in physical movements; especially of the hands
    Synonyms : dexterous , dextrous
    Example Sentence
    • a deft waiter
    • deft fingers massaged her face
    • dexterous of hand and inventive of mind
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Handicapped people (like the deaf) are sometimes skillful in other activities.

deft- sounds like theft , if a theft is to take place, then it should be neat and skillfull,else police will trace it.

Ravi shastri say for Sachin's backside's delicate touch as 'deft touch by Sachin'

Johnny DEPP is the epitome of DEFT acting. Remember Johnny DEFT.

DEFT rhymes with LEFT...lefty people are most of the times skilful,dexterous, or adroit

sounds like 'Depth'. Dexterous [skillful] people usually have depth to their activities.

def+art=neat, skillful

sounds like "theft" ...so to THEFT a thing you need to be skillful!..

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