What part of speech is “ambidextrous”

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an adjective is a word that describes or modifies the noun or pronoun in a sentence. In this case, 'ambidextrous' is used to describe a person's ability to use both their right and left hand with equal proficiency.

1. Johnny is so talented - he's ambidextrous!

2. Elisa's piano playing is truly impressive, as she has been able to master the art with her ambidextrous hands.

3. Her drawing skills are exemplary of an ambidextrous artist.

Be sure to pay attention to spelling and pronunciation when using 'ambidextrous' as an adjective. It is often confused with 'ambivalent' and the two should not be interchanged.

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