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The word ambilevous derives from the Latin
ambi, both, and laevus, left. It labels those who are left-handed on
ambidextrous derives from the Latin
dexter, right-handed. It denotes those who are
right-handed on both sides - i.e., adroit.
I think ambidexterous has more
antonyms than snynonyms. This brings the count of words listed as its antonym
to three. The first is ambisinsiter, next is ambisinistrous and third is
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