Definition for talented

adjective as in gifted

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Example Sentences

It happened because talented employees demanded it, and talent is today’s top driver of corporate value.

From Fortune

In fact I’ve never worked with a senior team that was as talented, collegial and closely aligned as the one I was part of at The Times.

From Digiday

What is often overlooked in the “Moneyball” discussions, though, is just how talented those A’s were.

“Unfortunately, any way you cut it, baseball will be less talented next year in aggregate,” Horacek told FiveThirtyEight.

As talented as the rest of the league is, that’s borderline unfair, and it’s why Seattle is my pick to win the 2020 WNBA title.

The talented musician is being held at the 71st Precinct in Brooklyn and due to be arraigned Thursday morning.

“I could see she was a talented leader,” Rashid said of her first impressions of Rangin.

This sensational third novel in her Neapolitan series is a reminder that she is one of the most talented writers working today.

You remember that girl, the one who was so quirky and talented.

A talented, well-liked artist like Zoe Keating makes about $6,000 for being streamed over 400,000 times.

I have a mild grievance against that talented lady, Miss Marjorie Bowen, for labelling her latest novel "a romantic fantasy."

Lady Selina was decidedly talented, very benevolent, unusually grave and serious, and extremely graceful.

The boy struck him as talented, but nothing made him suspect the germ of a great composer.

A talented cartoonist, distinguished practical joker, and recognized as one of the kings of bon mot, he led a free and easy life.

Miss Lily will not appear as the talented young amateur, Greba Pendennis, if that is what she really intends to attempt.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to talented, such as: accomplished, adept, brilliant, capable, intelligent, and proficient.

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