Synonyms & Antonyms : Gifted
( Adjective )
There is a separate school for the students gifted
with special talents.
Dolphin is an intelligent
The starving man was barely able
The doctor made a few apt
remarks about nutrition and health.
Only the most skillful
pilots are deployed for bombing the enemy positions.
Mr. Suresh Tiwari is the most sagacious
teachers in our school.
Praveen is one of the few talented
students of the class.
Fox is a clever
He succeeded by a combination of generosity and adroit
She is an expert
in hand embroidery.
Roopa is very ingenious
when it comes to deal with her cunning boss.
It would be foolish
on your part to change the profession at this late age.
fellow! He annoys his friends by making silly comments at the wrong movement.
utterances now and then leave a bad impression on his colleagues.
He is a basically stolid.
His face remains expressionless against anger or irritation.
I have never seen anyone so inept
in writing essays on social issues.
The whole book needs re-editing by you, since it is not a job for amateurs.
All work and no play make a child dull.
He is mentally retarded.
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