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Her integrity had been questioned two years prior, when 60 Minutes sent a camera crew to document the child prodigy in action.

At all of seven years old, Aelita Andre has already held the title of “child prodigy” for five years.

In 1957, Mike Wallace interviewed child prodigy Leonard Ross.

Child prodigy is not uncommon in music, Mozart being the most dazzling example.

Mozart was a child prodigy at six years and maintained his ability through a long life.

Amina Beatrice Goodwin was another child prodigy, first playing in public at the age of six.

Her love for music overcame all obstacles, and she soon began to appear as a child-prodigy in public and private concerts.

The enthusiasm he had aroused as a child prodigy was not awarded to the matured musician.

Rubinstein was already quite well known as a child prodigy, but of course not nearly so famous as he afterward became.


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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to child prodigy, such as: boy wonder, genius, gifted child, gifted student, girl wonder, and phenom.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.