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adroit
(adj.) expert in usiing the hands or mind; skillful; clever; deft;dexterous
ambidextrous
(adj.) able to use both hands equally well
apprentice
(n.) person learning an art or trade under a skilled worker; learner; beginner; novice; tyro
aptitude
(n.) natural tendency to learn or understand; bent; talent
craftsperson
(n.) skilled worker; artisan
dexterity
(n.) skill in using the hands or mind; deftness; adroitness; expertise
maladroit
(adj.) clumsy; inept; awkward
versatile
(adj.) capable of doing many things well; many-sided; all-around
destitute
(adj.) not possessing the necessities of life, such as food, shelter and clothing; needy; indigent
economize
(v.) reduce expenses; be frugal
frugal
(adj.) 1. barely enough; scanty
2. avoiding waste; economical; sparing; saving; thrifty
impoverish
(v.) make very poor; reduce to poverty; bankrupt; ruin; pauperize
indigence
(n.) poverty; penury
affluent
(adj.) very wealthy; rich; opulent
avarice
(n.) excessive desire for wealth; greediness; cupidity