Precociousness in a sentence

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Definition of Precociousness

  • The quality or state of being precocious; untimely ripeness; premature development, especially of the mental powers; forwardness.
  • intelligence achieved far ahead of normal developmental schedules

How to use precociousness in a sentence. Precociousness pronunciation.

He recalled an incident which happened when he was about eight years of age which led him to conceal his precociousness.
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From then on his precociousness vanished.
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Poverty and necessity force this precociousness on the poor little brat.
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These were to be seen lounging carelessly about in small groups, and were of all ages; from the hoary-headed, shrivelled-up hag, whose eyes still sparkled with a fire that her lank and attenuated frame denied, to the young girl of twelve, whose dark and glowing cheek, rounded bust, and penetrating glance, bore striking evidence of the precociousness of Indian beauty.
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He could not help but laugh, for there was a comic tone of precociousness in the girl’s manner of speaking.
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He seemed rather to be impressed by Pearl's wonderfully expressive face and the startling sweetness of her voice, while Periwinkle's precociousness and quaint, grown-up ways attracted him very much.
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Another sign of a peculiar precociousness, at fourteen, with which Aunt Mary was finding herself unable to cope.
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Examples of Precociousness

Example #1
One day while writing on the ground, he heard his mistress' little daughter tell her mother that he was writing about water.
Example #2
He could tell the time of day and could distinguish one newspaper from another.
Example #3
In regards to religion, Bynes can recall the Sunday services very vividly; and he tells how the Negroes who were seated in the gallery first heard a sermon by the white minister and then after these services they would gather on the main floor and hear a sermon by a Negro preacher.
Example #4
Mistress Flowden called him and told him that if he were caught writing again his right arm would be cut off.
Example #5
Look at the old boy, Pendennis," he would say, "look at him leading up that old Miss Tidswell to the piano.
Example #6
Doesn't he do it like an old duke?