What is another word for precociously?

Pronunciation: [pɹɪkˈə͡ʊʃəsli] (IPA)

Precociously refers to someone who displays abilities or traits beyond their age or experience. When seeking synonyms for this term, one can look for words that convey a sense of early development or talent. Synonyms for precociously might include words such as prematurely, advanced, gifted, brilliant, talented, prodigious, or exceptional. Each of these terms highlights the idea of exhibiting impressive qualities or abilities before they are expected or typical for someone in a young age group. Whether applied to a precocious child, young adult, or even a talented artist or scientist, these synonyms help to emphasize the remarkable nature of this early achievement.

What are the opposite words for precociously?

The term "precociously" refers to exhibiting exceptional skill or intelligence at an early age. Antonyms for this term include unintelligently, stupidly, foolishly, ineptly, and incompetently. These words signify a lack of ability or intelligence and are the complete opposite of being precocious. People who are not precocious may exhibit a slower pace of development or a lack of intelligence, making it difficult for them to grasp concepts quickly. While being precocious can be an advantage in many situations, lacking intelligence does not necessarily mean someone will not be successful. It merely requires a different approach to learning and problem-solving.

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Usage examples for Precociously

No country is so precociously old for its years.
"Mushrooms on the Moor"
Frank Boreham
The tadpole lives not out its day as a tadpole, but precociously turns into a frog.
"The Glands Regulating Personality"
Louis Berman, M.D.
At an early age Clotilde von Rudiger was dissatisfied with her conquests, though they were already numerous in her seventeenth year, for she began precociously, having at her dawn a lively fancy, a womanly person, and singular attractions of colour, eyes, and style.
"The Tragic Comedians, Complete"
George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009

Famous quotes with Precociously

  • Those of us who were close to Orson had long been aware of the obsessive part his father used to play in his life. Much of what he had accomplished so precociously had been done out of a furious need to prove himself in the eys of a man who was no longer there to see it. Now that success had come, in quantities and of a kind that his father had never dreamed of, this conflict, far from being assuaged, seemed to grow more intense and consuming.
    Orson Welles
  • A man that's fond precociously of ,    Must be a spoon.
    Thomas Hood

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