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prodigy

prod·i·gy

prodigy

 
 
pronunciation:
pra dih ji
features:
Word Combinations (noun)
part of speech: noun
inflections: prodigies
definition 1: a person, esp. a young one, of exceptional talent or ability.
Mozart had been a prodigy who began composing music at the age of five.
synonyms:
marvel
similar words:
ace, genius, intellect, mastermind, mind, stunner, virtuoso, whiz, wizard, wonder
definition 2: something that inspires wonder by being extraordinary.
synonyms:
marvel, miracle, phenomenon, wonder
similar words:
rarity, sensation, wonderment, wonderwork
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