precociously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a precocious manner
her child behaves precociously
- Maurice Wilkins, a colleague who was also working on DNA, disliked the precociously feminist Franklin, and the feeling was mutual.
- Some of the roles these child-women have taken are precociously and shockingly erotic, and some are proper and conventional.
- Grownups aren't ready for their little innocents to be so precociously cutthroat.
News & Articles
- The Bridge Trio: Live From 92Y Tribeca
They met in New Orleans' performing-arts high school, became Donald Harrison's rhythm section as teenagers and have now released their first album. The precociously mature collective plays original music — and a few acknowledgements — in a live performance.
June 13, 2013 - NPR
- Guido Mantega in Onet.pl
Should attention precociously turn to exit strategies......we would run the risk that some of the most advanced national economies could maintain a pattern of insufficient growth for longer and more damaging periods of time,Mantega said.