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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



... years had advanced in popular favour, and were now threatening the receipts of the established houses and companies. History repeats itself. Then as now there was a demand for novelty, sensation, and the infant prodigy was in demand. In "Hamlet," too, Shakespeare shows that technical knowledge of his art to which reference has been made earlier in this little survey. Richard Burbage was the first Hamlet, and the tragedy was played in Shakespeare's time both ...
— William Shakespeare - His Homes and Haunts • Samuel Levy Bensusan



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



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