:using both hands with equal ease or dexterity
- Guatelli says the master was ambidextrous, that he sketched with his right hand while he wrote with his left—simultaneously.
- —John P. Wiley Jr.
:using both feet with equal ease :two-footed
- When Zinger played the Ghosts in the regular season, he kicked with his right foot. This time, the ambidextrous soccer player went with his left.
- —Lianne Elliott
:designed or suitable for use by the left or right hand
- With two firing buttons, it's the first ambidextrous joystick—just as comfortable for lefties as righties.
- —Popular Computing
:unusually skillful :versatile
- He is completely ambidextrous, that is to say, completely able to express himself in verse or prose
- —T. S. Eliot
:characterized by duplicity :double-dealing
- He was unordained, uneducated, and theologically so ambidextrous that he could be either Lutheran or Reformed as the situation required.
- —G. H. Genzmer