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infant prodigy

noun
1.
an exceptionally talented child
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • Then as now there was a demand for novelty, sensation, and the infant prodigy was in demand.

    William Shakespeare Samuel Levy Bensusan
  • What I object to is the exploitation on a large scale of the infant prodigy.

    Great Pianists on Piano Playing

    James Francis Cooke
  • And how did the infant prodigy manage to get here all alone?

  • In music she was not only an infant prodigy, but very much of a born genius.

    The Unwilling Vestal Edward Lucas White
  • But pardon me; you do not know how it spoils one to have been an infant prodigy.'

    Franz Liszt James Huneker
  • I'm an infant prodigy, really; you and Phil—and God first, I suppose—have made me so.

    The Book of Susan Lee Wilson Dodd
  • I suppose that I'll die wearing them, and being an infant prodigy.

    Bee and Butterfly Lucy Foster Madison
  • You remember he always regarded me as a bit of an infant prodigy?

    Poor Relations Compton Mackenzie
  • He seems to have been regarded on all hands as a sort of infant prodigy of great use in attracting visitors to the inn.

    Art in England

    Dutton Cook

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