talented

[tal-uh n-tid]
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Origin of talented

1375–1425; late Middle English: inclined, disposed; see talent, -ed3
Related formsmul·ti·tal·ent·ed, adjectivenon·tal·ent·ed, adjectiveun·tal·ent·ed, adjective
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Contemporary Examples of untalented

Historical Examples of untalented

  • If it is untalented and unpractical it becomes one of those poor creatures who never get anywhere.


British Dictionary definitions for untalented

untalented

adjective
  1. lacking in talentan untalented but gorgeous actress
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