at/from an early age

idiom

: when young
She showed remarkable musical talent at/from an early age.

Examples of at/from an early age in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In Denmark the drinking culture is heavy, and the next step is to experiment with drugs from an early age. Annika Pham, Variety, 9 Apr. 2024 The importance of preserving culinary tradition was impressed on Nathan from an early age. Hannah Goldfield, The New Yorker, 8 Apr. 2024 Born on May 8, 1926, in Isleworth, West London, he was hooked on the natural world from an early age. Graeme Green, Smithsonian Magazine, 4 Apr. 2024 While most of us learn the broad strokes of this history in elementary school, few of us have the kind of the personal connection to this dark chapter that historian James L. Swanson felt from an early age. Chris Klimek, Smithsonian Magazine, 21 Mar. 2024 Growing up in Stillwater, Oklahoma — the epicenter of the Red Dirt music movement but also a region where football is religion — Flores stood out from an early age. Joseph Hudak, Rolling Stone, 21 Mar. 2024 Angel and Julian have always been close and pushed each other to be better athletes, creating a drive in both of them from an early age. Rebecca Aizin, Peoplemag, 21 Mar. 2024 Though raised in a Jewish household, Mr. Levin also developed an interest in other religions from an early age. Chris Kornelis, New York Times, 14 Mar. 2024 Like many members of his talented family, Ricci took to performing from an early age. Lynsey Eidell, Peoplemag, 10 Mar. 2024

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