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Sentence count:208+25 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-18Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: alertbrightcunningintelligentskillfulsmartAntonym: absurdfoolishsillystupidSimilar words: levelelevenall levelsevernevereveryfeversevereMeaning: ['klevə]  adj. 1. skillful (or showing skill) in adapting means to ends 2. showing self-interest and shrewdness in dealing with others 3. mentally quick and resourceful 4. showing inventiveness and skill. 
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(1) Be honest rather clever.
(2) When I was young, I admired clever people. Now that I am old, I admire kind people. 
(3) He is very clever and endlessly resourceful.
(4) Her clever opening gambit gave her an early advantage.
(5) He is young, clever and rich too.
(6) I consider him to be a clever fellow.
(7) Betty is as clever as her brother Tom.
(8) The clever girl bore off the first prize.
(9) People consider foxes as clever but sly animals.
(10) Jack is a clever student.
(11) This figure is reached by a fiendishly clever equation.
(12) Lucy is quite clever and does well at school.
(13) It is obvious that she is very clever.
(14) He's a very clever man.
(15) It is clever of you to do so.
(16) I'm not very clever at maths.
(17) How clever of you to work it out!
(18) He's a clever bod.
(19) You might think you're clever(sentencedict .com), but that doesn't give you the right to order her about!
(20) People may be lured into buying tickets by clever advertising.
(21) A clever lawyer can cozen the prisoner into an admission of guilt.
(22) Whether she's clever or not is a matter of opinion.
(23) He is not clever, but at all events he works well.
(24) Judy has never been very clever, but she tries hard.
(25) A clever lawyer should be able to trick the prisoner into an admission of guilt.
(26) The building relies on clever design rather than on ornament for its impressive effect.
(27) How clever of you to buy chocolate chip cookies - they're my favourites.
(28) There are plenty of fish in the river, and good baits on my line, but the fish are getting clever and refuse to rise to the bait today.
(29) There are plenty of fish in the river, and good baits on my line, but the fish are getting clever and refuse to rise to a bait today.
(30) I was mistaken about the girl, she's not as clever as I thought.
More similar words: levelelevenall levelsevernevereveryfeversevereever sofor everreverthoweverseveralreverseeveryoneevery bitever sincereverentwhateverevery otherseverelynever mindin every wayevery timevice versaeverybodyseverancewhatsoeverirreverenteverything
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