- She gave a characteristically skilful performance.
- a skilful piece of work
- The film is a skilful, witty pastiche of 'Jaws'.
- Some very skilful negotiators will be needed to settle this dispute.
- skilful use of language
(Definition of “skilful” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Get a quick, free translation!
Word of the Day
to touch with your lips, especially as a greeting, or to press your mouth onto another person's mouth in a sexual way