Precocious in a sentence

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Meaning: [adjective] developing early (usually for a child) ;

A precocious child, she was playing the violin by age seven.

He read at age three and was intellectually precocious.

Commenters on Facebook were totally taken aback by the precocious 6-year-old.

She was a precocious talent who began drawing at the age of three at her grandfather’s urging.

Basquiat was a precocious child who learned how to read and write by age four and was a gifted artist.

This precocious two year would later grow to become one of the most influential stallions of recent times.

The precocious official statements were contrived and suspicious.

Adrien is a precocious young boy with impressive artistic talent and creativity.

Despite her precocious verbal abilities, she has some major interpersonal issues.

A precocious girl, Mary hides her intelligence to avoid exclusion at school.