The story spread that Bubbles had been rescued from a lab and sold to a trainer who gifted the animal to Jackson.
Eight months after the election, the governor is as natural and gifted a presidential candidate as anyone since Huey Long.
But Verrilli is one of the most gifted advocates of his generation.
In nearby Pasadena, California, at Fuller Theological Seminary, the same characteristics forged Adam into a gifted pastor.
News broke Sunday that Kanye West gifted his new bride with a portrait—of herself.
Among the rest is the gifted Charles Dumas, who fell in battle, 1914.
Why should that gifted creature be cribbed, cabined, and confined in this way?
I went with Mrs. Denslow to call upon this gifted and honest son of toil.
M. de Breulh was not gifted with an immense stock of patience.
He is gifted with genius who knoweth much by natural talent.
mid-13c. (c.1100 in surnames), from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse gift, gipt "gift, good luck," from Proto-Germanic *giftiz (cf. Old Saxon gift, Old Frisian jefte, Middle Dutch ghifte "gift," German Mitgift "dowry"), from PIE root *ghabh- "to give or receive" (see habit).
For German Gift "poison," see poison (n.). Old English cognate gift meant "bride-price, marriage gift (by the groom), dowry" (Old English noun for "giving, gift" was related giefu). Sense of "natural talent" is c.1300, perhaps from earlier sense of "inspiration" (late 12c.). As a verb from 16c., especially in gifted. As a verb, giftwrap (also gift-wrap) attested by 1936.