Need another word that means the same as “talented”? Find 21 synonyms and 30 related words for “talented” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Talented” are: gifted, skilful, skilled, accomplished, brilliant, expert, consummate, master, masterly, first-rate, polished, artistic, adroit, dexterous, able, competent, capable, apt, deft, adept, proficient
Talented as an Adjective
Definitions of "Talented" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “talented” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Endowed with talent or talents.
- Having a natural aptitude or skill for something.
Synonyms of "Talented" as an adjective (21 Words)
|able||Having considerable skill proficiency or intelligence.|
Able to learn.
A very elegant and accomplished person.
|adept||Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude.|
She is adept at cutting through red tape.
|adroit||Quick or skillful or adept in action or thought.|
An adroit technician.
|apt||Mentally quick and resourceful-Bram Stoker.|
He is apt to be swayed by irrational considerations.
|artistic||Having or revealing natural creative skill.|
A denial of artistic freedom.
|brilliant||Having strong or striking color.|
The brilliant court life at Versailles.
|capable||(usually followed by `of’) having capacity or ability.|
I m quite capable of taking care of myself.
|competent||Acceptable and satisfactory, though not outstanding.|
Make sure the firm is competent to carry out the work.
|consummate||Without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers.|
A consummate artist.
|deft||Skillful in physical movements; especially of the hands.|
Deft fingers massaged her face.
|dexterous||Showing or having skill, especially with the hands.|
Dexterous of hand and inventive of mind.
|expert||Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude.|
He had received expert academic advice.
|first-rate||Of the highest quality.|
|gifted||Having exceptional talent or natural ability.|
A gifted amateur musician.
A master switch.
|masterly||Showing great skill; very accomplished.|
A masterly performance of the sonata.
|polished||To trim and smooth.|
Freshly polished silver.
|proficient||Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude.|
She felt reasonably proficient in Italian.
|skilful||Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude.|
A skilful midfielder.
|skilled||Based on or proceeding from the ability to do something well.|
A skilled surgeon has many years of training and experience.
Usage Examples of "Talented" as an adjective
- A talented young musician.
Associations of "Talented" (30 Words)
|ability||Possession of the means or skill to do something.|
A man of exceptional ability.
|adroit||Clever or skilful.|
An exceptionally adroit pianist.
|adroitness||Skillful performance or ability without difficulty.|
He lacks political adroitness.
|ambidextrous||Able to use the right and left hands equally well.|
Few of us are naturally ambidextrous.
|aptitude||A natural tendency.|
The aptitude of this society to assimilate new elements.
|canny||Showing self-interest and shrewdness in dealing with others.|
Canny investors will switch banks if they think they are getting a raw deal.
|clever||Healthy or well.|
She was an extremely clever and studious young woman.
|comedienne||A female comedian.|
|comer||Someone with a promising future.|
Feeding every comer is still a sacred duty.
|competence||An income large enough to live on, typically an unearned one.|
The court s competence has been accepted to cover these matters.
|craft||An aircraft or spaceship.|
He represented the craft of brewers.
|deftness||Skillful performance or ability without difficulty.|
|dexterity||Skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands.|
Her dexterity with chopsticks.
|dextrous||Skillful in physical movements; especially of the hands.|
|exceptionally||To a greater degree than normal; unusually.|
The court allows half an hour in most cases one hour exceptionally for a very important case.
|finesse||Impressive delicacy and skill.|
Orchestral playing of great finesse.
|flair||Distinctive and stylish elegance.|
None of us had much artistic flair.
|gifted||Endowed with talent or talents.|
A gifted writer.
|incredibly||Not easy to believe.|
Incredibly he was still alive.
|knack||A special way of doing something.|
He had a knack for communicating.
|skill||An ability that has been acquired by training.|
The skill of a well trained boxer.
|skillful||Done with delicacy and skill.|
A lesser known but no less skillful composer.
|sleight||Adroitness in using the hands.|
Except by sleight of logic the two positions cannot be harmonized.
|sportsman||A person who behaves sportingly.|
|tact||Skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues.|
The inspector broke the news to me with tact and consideration.
|talent||Natural abilities or qualities.|
He possesses more talent than any other player.
|thespian||An actor or actress.|
An ageing thespian.
He is an uncommonly good talker.
|versatility||Having a wide variety of skills.|
A writer of remarkable versatility.
|workmanship||The degree of skill with which a product is made or a job done.|
Cracks on the motorway were caused by poor workmanship.