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gifted

(gĭf′tĭd)
adj.
1. Endowed with great natural ability, intelligence, or talent: a gifted child; a gifted pianist.
2. Revealing special talent: a gifted rendition of the aria.

gift′ed·ly adv.
gift′ed·ness n.
References in classic literature ?
I knew what your answer would be," replied the Gifted and Honourable Editor.
the Gifted and Honourable Editor exclaimed, pointing to that injunction - "I am a painter and grainer
Many men must have been needed to finish such an edifice; ay, and men gifted with strength and skill too
Gifted individuals are capable of or demonstrate superior performance.
With her eldest daughter about to enter her senior year of high school at age 14, Carolyn Kottmeyer has experienced just about every aspect of gifted education American schools have to offer.
In CCA 200221010, a taxpayer gifted an interest in a limited liability company (LLC) to a trust.
A donor's basis in gifted property "carries over" to the donee.
FIJI Water lovers who are gifted with the monthly delivery for one year will receive a one liter bottle with a FIJI "signature sleeve" bottle holder in a luxurious gift box with a personalized note from the gift giver.
Referencing scholarly literature related to giftedness as both asset and burden, the author explores school counselors' potential roles in responding to the needs of gifted students.
In late 1995, the Hackls gifted 500 voting and 700 nonvoting units (valued at $10.
However, if the value of the gifted property has appreciated over its basis and the gift tax exceeds the donor's basis in the property, he or she may have to recognize income.
However, students who are gifted and have learning disabilities still are often not identified and frequently are under served in school systems (Dix & Schafer, 1996; Hishinuma & Tadaki, 1996; Rosner & Seymour, 1983).