Definition of gifted
1 : having great natural ability : talented gifted children
2 : revealing a special gift gifted voices
Examples of gifted in a Sentence
He's an extremely gifted student.
a school for gifted children
Recent Examples of gifted from the Web
Comey is a gifted orator who is not shy about claiming the spotlight.
A teacher took Comer and two other black students under her wing, tutoring them at her home, providing an early dose of gifted education, Dillard said.
Grant Park has long been the place to spot gifted conductors who've escaped the CSO's attention.
But Deford was a departure from Jenkins, whose gift was caricature akin to the spirit of Mark Twain or the most gifted political cartoonists.
The sophomore second baseman is also a gifted shortstop with fast hands and quick feet.
Those kinds of plays might give some managers ulcers, but not all skippers are keen on slowing down their most gifted athletes.
Mason, who lives in Jacksonville, Fla., and Goodridge, who lives in Minneapolis, received their gifted home deeds during a ceremony early Saturday.
Ultimately, the scale of Hemingway’s life is so colossal and his motives so convoluted that no biographer, however gifted, can neatly sever the legend from the life, or have the last word on its meaning.
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First Known Use of gifted
GIFTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gifted for English Language Learners
: having great natural ability
GIFTED Defined for Kids
Definition of gifted for Students
: having great natural ability a gifted athlete
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