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Spell check of cleverness

Correct spelling: cleverness

Synonyms:
modishness, craftsmanship, craftiness, luminosity, swank, facility, acumen, shrewdness, inventiveness, resourcefulness, guile, foresight, smartness, adeptness, smoothness, innovativeness, artifice, capability, creativeness, luminance, artistry, canniness, stylishness, keenness, smart, finesse, scurrility, masterfulness, sleight, mastery, panache, urbanity, perspicacity, chicness, subtleness, sharpness, comedy, adroitness, intellect, discernment, scintillation, drollness, sophistry, alacrity, sagacity, brightness, briskness, ingeniousness, deftness, foxiness, intuition, ingenuity, slickness, imagination, craft, style, cunningness, cunning, quickness, slipperiness, originality, brilliance, slyness, artfulness, skillfulness, acuteness, wiliness, invention, last word, chic, technique, light, irony, art, smarting, sly, expressiveness, luminousness, chichi, ability, talent, humor, wit, skill, insight, imaginativeness, subtlety, eloquence, brightness level, wariness, deviousness, grace, astuteness, instinct, trickiness.

Antonyms:
maladroitness, inability, ineptness, simpleness, inadequacy, witlessness, bluntness, dopiness, mindlessness, crudeness, inadequateness, dumbness, doltishness, denseness, fatuity, inefficacy, artlessness, brainlessness, ineffectualness, density, dullness, amateurishness, foolishness, senselessness, dulness, incapacity, ineffectuality, ineffectiveness, incapability, inefficiency, obtuseness, clumsiness, stupidity, stupidness, incompetency, dryness, ineptitude, slowness, incompetence, rudeness, awkwardness.

Examples of usage:

1) Burr has a kind of cleverness; one must admit that. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

2) With all their cleverness they were not half so clever as Aunt Sophia; they were no match for this good lady, who was still young at heart, who had been highly educated, who was full of enthusiasm, full of method, and full of determination. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) De Archangelis and Bottinius both know that their cleverness will benefit no one but themselves, and for this reason they are as much concerned to show how good a case they can make out of a doubtful one, as to prove that their case is in itself good. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

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