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Infant prodigy   /ˈɪnfənt prˈɑdədʒi/   Listen
Infant prodigy

noun
1.
A prodigy whose talents are recognized at an early age.  Synonyms: child prodigy, wonder child.






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"Infant prodigy" Quotes from Famous Books



... art is a brief truancy from rational practice, that the artist himself should be a vagrant, and at best, as it were, an infant prodigy. The wings of genius serve him only for an escapade, enabling him to skirt the perilous edge of madness and of mystical abysses. But such an erratic workman does not deserve the name of artist or master; he has burst convention ...
— The Life of Reason • George Santayana



Words linked to "Infant prodigy" :   small fry, tike, minor, child, shaver, nipper, fry, youngster, nestling, prodigy, kid, tyke, tiddler



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