Ambidexter

Am'bi·dex'ter adjective [ Late Latin , from Latin ambo both + dexter right, dextra (sc. manus ) the right hand.] Using both hands with equal ease. Smollett.
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Ambidexter

Am`bi·dex'ter noun 1. A person who uses both hands with equal facility. 2. Hence: A double-dealer; one equally ready to act on either side in party disputes. « The rest are hypocrites, ambidexters , so many turning pictures -- a lion on one side, a lamb on the other. B...
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Ambidexter

• (n.) A double-dealer; one equally ready to act on either side in party disputes. • (n.) A juror who takes money from both parties for giving his verdict. • (a.) Using both hands with equal ease. • (n.) A person who uses both hands with equal facility.
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ambidexter

ambidexter 1. The ability to use either hand with equal skill. 2. General skillfulness, especially with the hands; very skillful and versatile; using both hands with equal facility. 3. A double-dealer; one who is equally ready to act on either side in party disputes.
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Ambidexter

Ambidexter was 17th century British slang for a corrupt lawyer, one who takes fees from both the plaintiff and defendant.
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Ambidexter

Ambidexter was 17th century British slang for a corrupt lawyer, one who takes fees from both the plaintiff and defendant.
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Ambidexter

[horse] Ambidexter (foaled 1787) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the classic St Leger Stakes in 1790. In a racing career which lasted from May 1790 until September 1791, and was conducted exclusively in Yorkshire, he won two of his eight races. After his retirement from racing he does not appear to have been used...
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