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ability inherent skill or talent. [1/2 definitions]
able having the skill, power, or opportunity that one must have to do a thing. [2/3 definitions]
acquirement something acquired, such as knowledge or skill. [1/2 definitions]
address skill in handling or managing anything. [1/9 definitions]
adept having great skill or ability; proficient. [1/2 definitions]
amateur lacking or not demonstrating skill or competence. [1/5 definitions]
amateurish not of professional or expert quality; characteristic of an amateur; lacking skill.
ambidextrous able to use both hands with equal skill.
analytical tending to analyze or having skill in analyzing. [1/2 definitions]
apprentice one who works for another to learn his or her skill or trade. [1/3 definitions]
apprenticeship the process of working for another to learn that person's skill or trade, or the act of becoming engaged in this way.
art a fine skill that has resulted from natural ability, practice, or study. [1/4 definitions]
artful displaying art or skill. [1/3 definitions]
artist a person who does any act with a high level of skill or talent. [1/3 definitions]
artistic showing skill and imagination in creating. [1/3 definitions]
artistry the artistic quality of a product, or the artistic skill of a producer. [1/2 definitions]
artless lacking skill or refinement; crude. [1/3 definitions]
awkward deficient in physical skill or grace; clumsy. [1/4 definitions]
bag (slang) an area of skill or interest. [1/11 definitions]
ball handler a basketball player who is particularly skilled at dribbling and passing the ball, or any player of a sport who has special skill in handling the sport's ball. [1/2 definitions]
ball handling the act or skill of dribbling, passing, or receiving the ball in basketball. [2 definitions]