I must say this..... his parents were defending him.... even when I told them what he was doing. And it was BAD. So convincing was he that they didn't believe a word I told them and, indeed, blamed me for any faults they couldn't explain away. He's entrenched, with the help of his family and friends. They, N's, spend their lives buiding support around themselves. His mother, in particular, has some strange negative behavior patterns I don't understand. I don't have to figure out what exactly caused his developmental problems.... ::ahem:: but she's a BIG RED FLAG flying in the face of that question, now.... isn't she? Tremusan
He is adept at working with cars. Adept means practiced or skilled
You would think that at age 6 they are handed a hand book on how to be a Narcissists. But it is a Illness with criteria. The mind control is a learned defense. Since they never mature past 6, they have plenty of time to perfect their ways of control. If you know one leave them. If they are your parent I am very very sorry.
The boy was very adept in woodworking.
The magician must practice constantly to become adept. The contortionist was very adept. I'm relieved that the driver was so adept at maneuvering the bus through traffic.
My teacher is an adept person
Adept Technology was created in 1983.
The midshipman proved himself adept at directing the crew.
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You are very adept at asking question.
He was an adept baseball player.
Yes, the word 'adept' is a noun and an adjective.The noun 'adept' is a word for a person who is very skilled at doing something or who knows a lot about something.The adjective 'adept' describes a noun as one who is skillful at doing something.The noun form for the adjective adept is adeptness.
Adept - comics - was created in 1986.
From Latin, ad (for) plus aptus (fit or qualified); combining form. Sentence use; 'she is very adept at swimming'; he is adept at math.
You must have a person who is Adept in Science and in Building. Like one person in an Adept Scientist and an Adept Builder.
Introduction children are remarkably adept at learning new verbal information. After years of living in China, he was adept at most of the greeting customs.
After attending culinary school, she was adept at creating meals in a matter of minutes.
The athletic soccer star was adept in footwork, faking around his opponents.
I am very adept at tedious jobs that other people hate to do.
The noun form is not as frequently used as the adjective, meaning proficient, or highly skilled. Examples : He was an adept in martial arts. (noun) He was adept at martial arts. (adjective)
The general opposite of inept is adept.Also deft, skilled, capable, or competent.Adept
This girl is adept in programming, she can code anything in record time.
The adjective adept means to be very good or proficient at something, highly skilled. (The noun form is less frequently used, a master or someone proficient.)Examples :"She is adept in math and science.""He was quite adept at making excuses for his tardiness.""The mayor was an adept in local politics."(*The capitalized form relates to various mystical fiction. See the related link.)
The only way to make an adept farmer, or scientist, or adept ANYTHING, into a master, is by having them do the action that requires the skill you want to train them in.
The noun form is not as frequently used as the adjective, meaning proficient, or highly skilled. Examples : He was adept at martial arts. (adjective) He was an adept in martial arts. (noun)
Adept, able, skilled, fit.Adept, skilled, adroit, useful, helpful, clever...