Word of the Day #90: Prodigy

Prodigy (noun) [prod-i-jee]: someone with exceptional talent, especially young. adj. prodigious (great or large, doesn’t have to do with age)

1-) I knew he was a prodigy when I heard him play the violin.

2-) He wasn’t a math prodigy but he could balance a checkbook.

3-) Fixing the city infrastructure required a prodigious amount of effort.

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