Groups
Primary Base *

Child Elements  

-art* act m itg Proficiency, skill, talent, physical ability.
art* dis itg Art, skill, craft, talent.

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Descendants  

Cross-Reference

alm* Education Development of knowledge or skill.
* Intelligence Acclivity to goodness|good judgment.

Siblings

monst* Advice
* Conduct Manner of action.
calj* Council Group of persons assembled for advice or authority.
* Cunning Skill employed in a shrewd or sly manner,
aeq* Direction (Voluntary Action)
* Director Agent of direction.
* Precept
* Proficient Essive of skill.
* Skill
* Unskillfulness Lack of skill.

Notes

Complex Voluntary Action

Conduct.
Direction.
Director.
Advice.
Council. [Generative of advice.]
Precept.
Skill.
Unskillfulness. [Lack of skill.]
Proficient. [Essive of skill.]
Bungler. [Abessive of skill.]
Cunning.
Artlessness. [Absence of cunning.]

Skill synonyms

SKILL, skillfulness or skilfulness, address; dexterity, dexterousness or dextrousness, adroitness, expertness &c. adj.; proficiency, competence, craft; callidity [rare], callidness, facility, knack, trick, sleight; mastery, mastership; excellence, panurgy [rare]; ambidexterity, ambidextrousness; sleight of hand (deception) [See Deception].\n seamanship, airmanship, marksmanship, horsemanship; rope-dancing; tight-rope -, slack-rope- walking.\n ACCOMPLISHMENT, acquirement, attainment; art, science; finish, finished execution, technique, technic, practical -, technical- knowledge; technology.\n WORLD WISDOM, knowledge of the world, savoir faire [F.]; tact; mother wit (sagacity) [See Intelligence. Wisdom]; discretion (caution) [See Caution]; finesse; craftiness (cunning) [See Cunning]; management (conduct) [See Conduct]; self-help.\n CLEVERNESS, talent, ability, ingenuity, capacity, parts, talents, faculty, endowment, forte, turn, gift, genius; intelligence [See Intelligence. Wisdom]; sharpness, readiness (activity) [See Activity]; invention [See Imagination]; aptness, aptitude; turn for, capacity for, genius for; felicity, capability, curiosa felicitas [L.], qualification, habilitation.\n PROFICIENT, expert, adept [See Proficient].\n MASTERPIECE, masterwork, coup de maître [F.,] chef d’æuvre [F.], tour de force [F.]; good stroke (plan) [See Plan].