Definition of Dexterities
1. dexterity [n] - See also: dexterity
Lexicographical Neighbors of Dexterities
Literary usage of Dexterities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Outline of Sir William Henry Hamilton's Philosophy by John Clark Murray, William Hamilton (1870)
"Our Acquired Habits and dexterities, which in like manner are capable of explanation only on the theory I have advanced. In these phenomena the consecution ..."
2. The Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher: A Journal of Education by Ohio State Teachers Association (1883)
"No matter what dexterities a man cultivates later, no matter what special lines of study he may follow, no matter what broader and fuller course of study he ..."
3. The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin (1851)
"grees of these dexterities which they admit. A smith's work at his anvil admits little but the first; fencing, shooting, and riding, admit something of the ..."
4. The Calcutta Christian Observer (1835)
"Trained to certain special dexterities as a professional man ! and so, after all its high pretensions, Christianity is reduced to a kind of mountebank ..."