more talented

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A portion of the more talented of the settled ministry must lead the way.

At bottom she was more talented than her mother, but in a different way.

It is said there are more talented men, more men eminent in science or in history, than there are women.

There was no woman of the sixteenth century, perhaps, who was more conspicuous or more talented than Elizabeth, Queen of England.

Bingham opened the ball, and I never listened to more talented drumming than he did that morning.

Until quite recently opinion was divided as to whether Korolénko or Tchékoff was the more talented, and the coming "great author."

Of the two, Emily was considered to be the more talented, but she was obstinate and opinionated.

Levi ben Gerson, or Leon de Bagnols, was more renowned and more talented than any of these.

Do you know, though you are to be a great painter, she seems to me more talented than you, with your old home-like ways?

This saddened him; all his ambition revived under the smarting consciousness of inferiority to his more talented companions.