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Synonym of Genius (noun)

acumen knack prowess ability ingenuity intelligence accomplishment brilliance wisdom originality imagination aptitude talent prodigy inspiration inventiveness flair bent brain aptness endowment capacity expert turn creativity propensity inclination head power reach understanding adept faculty virtuoso perspicacity discernment capability sagacity acuteness grasp astuteness mature percipience precocity Einstein superability

Example of Genius

Example in a Sentences of Genius

Example Sentences for genius

This would mean "the genius of Bhubanmohini" if that be taken as the author's name.

The press has noticed the emanations of her genius, and we add our testimony.

But, in the folk-songs, all the qualities of her genius have contributed.

So powerful is genius, when it is invested with the glitter of affluence!

Genius has not hesitated to borrow bravely from history and legend.

Galton estimated the number of men of genius in all history at four hundred.

Bonaparte, after all, was a great general, and a man of genius.

She had developed the rarest of all gifts among womankind, a genius for silence.

In the commonest conversation he showed himself a man of genius.

But it is only for genius to order, distribute and compose, in the other.

Word Origin & History of - Genius

Word Origin & History of Genius

Word Origin & History

genius late 14c., from L. genius "guardian deity or spirit which watches over each person from birth; spirit, incarnation, wit, talent," from root of gignere "beget, produce" (see kin), from PIE base *gen- "produce." Meaning "person of natural intelligence or talent" first recorded 1640s.

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