talent[ tal-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF talent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TALENT
Papa used to think that she had no talent for anything but dancing.
The heir-apparent, the late King, admired his talent and relished his society.
In one of his arts as in the other he decided that she had talent.
It was an admirable instrument, but it did not give him any talent.
In our performance it was Mounet-Sully, in all the splendour of his talent, who played Hernani.
She's a very good girl at heart, and she has an amazing lot of talent.
The rich cannot all be persons of talent any more than all the poor can.
Loraine's talent is writing—we all know she'll be an author some day.
My talent—if that's what you call it—was centrifugal, not centripetal.
He was twenty years of age, and universally popular because of his beauty and talent.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TALENT