Sentence example with the word 'prodigy'

prodigy

abnormality, chief, exception, good hand, leader, master, nonpareil, rarity, spectacle, the most, wonderwork

Definition n. an unusually gifted or intelligent

Last update: October 5, 2016

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There is an old saying that not all prodigy end up successful in life.   [verb]

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He was such a prodigy, starting to play soccer when he was four years old.   [Please select]

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Being a prodigy Ruskin Bond won the national award at a very early age.   [verb]

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Walter is a pretty good boy, but he isn't a prodigy of learning.   [Please select]

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And why should I interest myself in a race which accounts me a prodigy and an outcast, and which has treated me as such.   [noun]

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In what manner, in consequence of what prodigy, had any community of life been established between this celestial little creature and that old criminal.   [noun]

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It traversed the battle like a prodigy.   [noun]

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This masterpiece finished, this prodigy accomplished, all these miracles of art, address, skill, and patience executed, what will be your recompense if it becomes known that you are the author.   [noun]

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Gnatia was the scene of the prodigy at which Horace mocks (Sat.   [Please select]

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Benjamin Morris had been long years ago an infant Prodigy.   [Please select]

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An infant Prodigy shows an unnatural amount of intelligence at a very early age.   [Please select]

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