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Another word for talent

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Another word for talent

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  • Genius implies an inborn mental endowment, specif. of a creative or inventive kind in the arts or sciences, that is exceptional or phenomenal the genius of Edison
  • Knack implies an acquired faculty for doing something cleverly and skillfully the knack of rhyming
  • Faculty implies a special ability that is either inherent or acquired, as well as a ready ease in its exercise the faculty of judgment
  • Aptitude implies a natural inclination for a particular work, specif. as pointing to special fitness for, or probable success in, it aptitude tests
  • Gift suggests that a special ability is bestowed upon one, as by nature, and not acquired through effort a gift for making plants grow
  • Talent implies an apparently native ability for a specific pursuit and connotes either that it is or can be cultivated by the one possessing it a talent for drawing