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synonyms for genius

  • ability
  • accomplishment
  • acumen
  • aptitude
  • brilliance
  • flair
  • imagination
  • ingenuity
  • inspiration
  • intelligence
  • inventiveness
  • knack
  • originality
  • prodigy
  • prowess
  • talent
  • wisdom
  • Einstein
  • acuteness
  • adept
  • aptness
  • astuteness
  • bent
  • brain
  • capability
  • capacity
  • creativity
  • discernment
  • endowment
  • expert
  • faculty
  • grasp
  • head
  • inclination
  • perspicacity
  • power
  • precocity
  • propensity
  • reach
  • sagacity
  • turn
  • understanding
  • virtuoso
  • mature
  • percipience
  • superability
See also synonyms for: geniuses
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antonyms for genius

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  • ignorance
  • inability
  • incapacity
  • ineptitude
  • ineptness
  • lack
  • stupidity
  • weakness
  • amateur
  • impotence
  • incompetence
  • misunderstanding
  • idiot
  • imbecile
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For example, if you’re skilled in Photoshop and you meet someone who is a genius with video editing, you all could agree to use your talents to help the other.
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He wasn’t some sort of genius, but he was good at reading people in terms of who was vulnerable, what their vulnerabilities were.
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We have a genius in our communities of color and we’re not necessarily leveraging those for social change.
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A large part of the impetus to start Camelback was just this feeling that we have a genius in our communities of color and we’re not necessarily leveraging those for social change.
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We’re not all geniuses with Einstein-like hair that are antisocial and just have Eureka moments all the time.
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God has placed the genius of women in their hearts; because the works of this genius are always works of love.
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When Yima pressed the earth with this ring, the genius of the Earth, Aramaîti, responded to his wish and order.
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Even genius, however, needs direction and adjustment to secure the most perfect and reliable results.
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The universal ignorance of the working class broke down the aspiring force of genius.
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However, I have felt some comfort in knowing that it is not Liszt's genius alone that makes him such a player.
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WORDS RELATED TO GENIUS

  • aptitudes
  • capabilities
  • capacities
  • competences
  • competencies
  • comprehensions
  • dexterities
  • endowments
  • facilities
  • faculties
  • intelligence
  • mights
  • potentialities
  • qualifications
  • resourcefulness
  • skills
  • strengths
  • talents
  • understandings
  • ability
  • aim
  • aptitude
  • bag
  • disposition
  • druthers
  • facility
  • faculty
  • flair
  • forte
  • genius
  • gift
  • head-set
  • knack
  • leaning
  • mind-set
  • nose
  • penchant
  • predilection
  • predisposition
  • preference
  • proclivity
  • propensity
  • set
  • tack
  • tendency
  • thing for
  • tilt
  • turn
  • weakness for
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