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Prodigy in a sentence

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Sentence count:73+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: curiosityfirst-ratergeniusmarvelmiraclephenomenonraritywonderSimilar words: prodigalproduceproductproducerproddingproducingproductiveproductionMeaning: ['prɑdɪdʒɪ /'prɒd-]  n. 1. an unusually gifted or intelligent (young) person; someone whose talents excite wonder and admiration 2. a sign of something about to happen 3. an impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality. 
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1 Mozart was an infant prodigy .
2 The 16-year-old tennis prodigy is the youngest player ever to reach the Olympic finals.
3 The line-up included top bands Prodigy and Radiohead.
4 Mozart was a musical prodigy.
5 She was a child prodigy on the violin.
6 She was a child prodigy, giving concerts before she was a teenager.
7 A child prodigy, he made his first professional tour as a pianist at the age of six.
8 He read in the paper about a mathematical prodigy who was attending university at the age of 12.
9 Prodigy is trying a price cut of its own.
10 Werbach was a precocious environmentalist and a leadership prodigy.
11 A child prodigy, he was.
12 I was something of a child prodigy.
13 A child prodigy, Balling won a jazz contest in 1944 and formed his own small group.
14 A musical prodigy, he played solo recitals by age 12.
15 He was no such prodigy as a cricketer, but made the Warwickshire side as an attacking bat and top-class fielder.
16 Evgeny Kissin was the kind of child prodigy who made people believe in the possibility of a Mozart.
17 Last year's prodigy, in sharp contrast,( endured the most miserable day of his short and spectacular formula one career.
18 Pete Waterman had once promised his prodigy that one day he would transform her into the Madonna.
19 To be competitive, Prodigy is working to achieve feature parity with other on-line services in the near term.
20 She was an authentic prodigy, first appearing with an orchestra at age 7.
21 A wonderful, uplifting movie about a child prodigy who is damaged, then saved, by his art.
22 The Prodigy release their new single Out of Space next week their maddest offering to date.
23 Prodigy has just begun using members as forum co-hosts; they get preferred rates but no pay, unlike CompuServe.
24 For further information on the life of William James Sidis, see Amy Wallace, "The Prodigy".
25 But that willingness to push beyond the usual boundaries of electronic is precisely why Prodigy seems so, well, prodigious.
26 But on the Latin battlefields he is not a man, but a fearful prodigy.
27 Beckoning the boss, the customer asks where he found this prodigy.
28 As the book opens she is turning this demanding four-year-old into a child prodigy.
29 Now, doesn't that sound a whole lot more exciting than the next Prodigy video?
30 While growing up in North Carolina, Amos was considered a child prodigy on the piano.
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