gifted[ gif-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF gifted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIFTED
It is not for Aspasia, the gifted daughter of Axiochus, that I plead.
On the other hand, youth is often gifted with a credulity divine and unerring.
Thou,” she says to the Gifted, “art the object of my first and all-engrossing passion.
As to the Gifted, I have heard Tom say often, that he was certain he was in a fit, and had it inwardly.
He was so handsome and so gifted, and there were women who were mad about him.
But fortune had not gifted her with such endurance, and she always spoke too often and too soon.
Is it possible not to admire and be interested in one so gifted?
Not at all, my friend, I am only gifted with a good memory, and I have read a great deal.
Poor fellow, he is always disposed to do his best; but he is not gifted.
A man may see, if he will but watch, who is more finely touched and gifted than himself.