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art·ful / ˈärtfəl/ • adj. 1. (of a person or action) clever or skillful, typically in a crafty or cunning way: her artful wiles. 2. showing creative skill or taste: an artful photograph. DERIVATIVES: art·ful·ly adv. art·ful·ness n.

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