Noun(1) an unusually gifted or intelligent (young(2) a sign of something about to happen(3) an impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality
(1) Maybe so, but when LeBron entered the ninth grade at his new school, St Vincent-St Mary, at least one international sports agency inquired about the young basketball prodigy who was becoming the talk of Akron.(2) Having eclipsed the record of Anand to become the youngest grandmaster from the country, the chess prodigy is now gunning for greater glory.(3) In the local fashion world, designer Oscar Lawalata is something of a prodigy .(4) Van Schurman was a prodigy of linguistic skills.(5) A young musical prodigy from Keighley is to showcase her talents to raise awareness of the devastating effects of cancer on teenagers.(6) Germany seemed a prodigy of industrial discipline(7) The harmonica prodigy kicks out a foot-stomping blues bonanza to break up the tender anecdotes.(8) Child prodigy historians or sociologists would almost be a contradiction in terms.(9) Certainly I was no technical prodigy , but I was comfortable around machinery.(10) It is a fine example of the so-called prodigy buildings built by the richest and most intellectually advanced men.(11) From child prodigy to intelligence consultant the flight has been quick.(12) She was a colossus in all her limbs - a marvel of strength and a prodigy of clumsiness.(13) A young poet prodigy is basking in royal approval after receiving a message from the Queen.(14) The story begins in Russia, where the young chess prodigy tore through distinguished grand master opposition like a sickle through soft grain.(15) a Russian pianist who was a child prodigy in his day(16) By age 7, Nikolay was already recognized as a young chess prodigy , and at age 11, he was invited to one of the best chess schools in the Ukraine.
(1) child prodigy :: blentyn rhyfeddol
1. genius ::
2. model ::
3. prognostication ::
Different Formsprodigies, prodigy
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When I entered the field of string theory,
I was a PRODIGY.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 6
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