gifted with


: having (something) as a special ability or quality
She is gifted with a talent for playing the piano.
He is gifted with a good sense of humor.

Examples of gifted with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web At university, Parthenope reveals herself to be a student gifted with both knowledge and curiosity. David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter, 21 May 2024 Kids are gifted with special beach kits, kid-size bathrobes and slippers, special bathroom amenities, milk and cookies at turn-down, and children's beverages in the minibar. Meagan Drillinger, Travel + Leisure, 11 May 2024 And, before the night drew to a close, guests were gifted with the collection’s socks and corduroy trucker hats to continue spread the campaign’s message—with a fashionable flair. Rachel Marlowe, Vogue, 2 May 2024 Quinten is gifted with the mind of a producer, and the vision of a director. Heide Janssen, Orange County Register, 17 Mar. 2024 At the school, William was gifted with three dragon toys, which a student humorously suggested naming after the three pupils who were picked to present them. Janine Henni, Peoplemag, 1 Mar. 2024 An empathic, young plant doctor gifted with extrasensory powers and an emotionally fragile, isolated artist, must rescue each other to rediscover the essence of living. Addie Morfoot, Variety, 21 Mar. 2024 Take That Just like cats, boy bands are gifted with multiple lives. Lisa Raphael,, 21 Mar. 2024 During lockdown, many Black women discovered they were gifted with our ancestors’ ability to turn coils into braided masterpieces. Annie Blay, Allure, 6 Mar. 2024

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“Gifted with.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 May. 2024.

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