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Sentence count:66+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-11Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: advancedforwardprematureAntonym: backwardSimilar words: preciousatrociousprecariousofficiousspecioussagaciousconsciousjudiciousMeaning: [prɪ'kəʊʃəs]  adj. 1. characterized by or characteristic of exceptionally early development or maturity (especially in mental aptitude) 2. appearing or developing early. 
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1) He shows a precocious interest in the opposite sex.
2) Margaret was always a precocious child.
3) A precocious child, she went to university at the age of 15.
4) That child is far too precocious!
5) What a precocious child — reading Jane Austen at the age of ten!
6) From an early age she displayed a precocious talent for music.
7) She recorded her first CD at the precocious age of 12.
8) Werbach was a precocious environmentalist and a leadership prodigy.
9) The book's narrator is a precocious 12-year-old boy.
10) There are even two precocious child skaters, who make you realise how long the process of togetherness takes to gell.
11) Scott Konrad had always been a precocious child, Deborah recalled.
12) Harriet is played by Michelle Trachtenberg, a precocious child actress portraying a precocious child.
13) But it's the undertow of precocious sexuality, the child-woman come-on, that's more worrying.
14) It was around these two precocious strikers that Torino intended to reclaim their rightful crown as the city's top club.
15) I've often been moved to tears by precocious talent served up in the simplest of presentations.
16) Precious, precocious, pretentious and very much in control,[] he seems perfectly sane.
17) From an early age he displayed a precocious talent for computing.
18) By betraying their plot Victor Amadeus displayed a precocious talent for duplicity and a cool sense of his own interests.
19) His precocious skill is immediately evident in the Piano Trio Suite Op. 8, which he wrote in his late teens.
20) It was no firework display of precocious talent.
21) Mr. Stryver laughed till he shook his precocious paunch.
22) From childhood, he was evidently at once rebellious and precocious.
23) The prosperous trans-Saharan trade alone had established and maintained their brilliant and precocious supremacy.
24) In any case, I am cautious about pushing a precocious child on to first grade.
25) It is unclear when Patsy Ramsey first launched her precocious daughter on the circuit.
26) The superior recognition of gender-marked nouns and pronouns were marshalled as further evidence of their precocious development.
27) Booze and babes May I offer a piece of advice to Carrie Schlegel and other precocious kids writing to your letters page?
28) The egg needs to be extremely large because it contains the nourishment required to produce a most precocious chick.
29) They are also attracted by the pay: because it reflects performance, precocious types can earn more than their elders.
30) But Chabert, infectious giggles and all, is close enough to her precocious character to want to burst some picture-perfect bubbles.
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