- ambidextrous ► ADJECTIVE ▪ able to use the right and left hands equally well.DERIVATIVES ambidexterity noun ambidextrously adverb ambidextrousness noun.ORIGIN from Latin ambi- 'on both sides' + dexter 'right-handed' .
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Ambidextrously — Am bi*dex trous*ly, adv. In an ambidextrous manner; cunningly. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
ambidextrously — adverb see ambidextrous … New Collegiate Dictionary
ambidextrously — See ambidextrous. * * * … Universalium
ambidextrously — adverb In an ambidextrous manner … Wiktionary
ambidextrously — adv. in an ambidextrous way … English contemporary dictionary
ambidextrously — am·bi·dex·trous·ly … English syllables
ambidextrously — adverb see ambidextrous … Useful english dictionary
ambidextrous — ambidextrously, adv. ambidextrousness, n. /am bi dek streuhs/, adj. 1. able to use both hands equally well: an ambidextrous surgeon. 2. unusually skillful; facile: an ambidextrous painter, familiar with all media. 3. double dealing; deceitful. 4 … Universalium
ambidextrous — adjective Etymology: Late Latin ambidexter, from Latin ambi + dexter right hand more at dexter Date: 1646 1. using both hands with equal ease 2. unusually skillful ; versatile 3. characterized by duplicit … New Collegiate Dictionary
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