Ambidextrous ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Ambidextrous ( adjective )

Able to use both hands equally well.

Origin:

From latin ambidexter ("on both sides") + -ous, meaning "able to use both hands equally well".

Examples:

  1. He was ambidextrous and could write with both hands.
  2. The ambidextrous pianist was able to play with both hands simultaneously.
  3. She was ambidextrous and could play sports with both hands.
  4. The ambidextrous surgeon was able to perform the operation with both hands.
  5. The ambidextrous artist was able to draw with both hands equally well.

(As a noun)

Ambidextrous ( noun )

Able to use both hands equally well.

Origin:

From latin ambidexter ("on both sides") + -ous, meaning "able to use both hands equally well".

Examples:

  1. He was ambidextrous and could write with both hands.
  2. The ambidextrous pianist was able to play with both hands simultaneously.
  3. She was ambidextrous and could play sports with both hands.
  4. The ambidextrous surgeon was able to perform the operation with both hands.
  5. The ambidextrous artist was able to draw with both hands equally well.
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