talented[ tal-uh n-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF talented
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TALENTED
"And our chance to have a summer in the country," completed the Talented One.
He calls me 'this talented young author from whom much may be expected.'
The concierge at my hotel was a transcendant specimen of his talented class.
He confessed to me that Schumann was no composer, a talented improviser only.
She is a talented lady and deserves all the encomiums that she receives.
But it also shows him to be honourable, talented, and clear-headed.
Alexander was quick-witted, talented, and showy, if I may use so barbarous a word.
He was a brave, bluff, talented man, and his loss will be sorely felt.
King Arthur the Great was an enthusiastic and talented minstrel.
A talented performer who can listen well, is sure to be loved.