infant prodigy

  1. an exceptionally talented child

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How to use infant prodigy in a sentence

  • As a 12-year-old he discovers, after several piano lessons, that he is not merely an “infant prodigy,” but “a true artist.”

  • I am going to show people that a boy can play as well as a man even though he isn't an infant prodigy.

    Bee and Butterfly | Lucy Foster Madison
  • Born at Madrid, where he spent most of his life, Lope was an infant prodigy who fulfilled the promise of his youth.

  • At this time he was two years and three weeks old, truly an infant prodigy!

    Rambles in an Old City | S. S. Madders
  • The year before the other woman had been living in his house, his wife had herself brought the infant prodigy often to see me.

    Intimate China | Mrs. Archibald Little
  • Some infant prodigy which is a standard of mischief throughout its neighbourhood misleads them.

    Friends in Council | Arthur Helps