Other forms: adepts; adeptly
Are you looking for another word to describe a person who is highly skilled, very proficient or expert at something? Try the adjective adept!
In the days of Medieval Latin, an adeptus was a person who had learned the secrets of alchemy. Although an adept person today cannot turn lead into gold, the adjective is still high praise meaning "skilled, expert, highly proficient."
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