Precociously

/prɪˈkəʊʃəsli/

Origin

1640–50; Latin praecoci-, stem of praecox (see precocity) + -ous (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Precociously

Precociously

adjective

  1. unusually advanced or mature in development, especially mental development:
  2. prematurely developed, as the mind, faculties, etc.
  3. of or relating to premature development.
  4. Botany. flowering, fruiting, or ripening early, as plants or fruit. bearing blossoms before leaves, as plants. appearing before leaves, as flowers.
  5. ahead in development, such as the mental development of a child
  6. botany (of plants, fruit, etc) flowering or ripening early

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Precociously

adj.

  1. Showing unusually early development or maturity.

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Precociously

adjective

  1. : exceptionally early in development or occurrence precocious puberty
  2. : exhibiting mature qualities at an unusually early age a precocious child

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Example sentences for Precociously

  1. They have matured (have adapted to environment, that is) precociously.
  2. "If Granny Simmons were here she'd say you had the fidgets," remarked Joan precociously.
  3. He nibbled at various books and was precociously brilliant in Latin.
  4. They will discover which girls are cold and indifferent, and which are precociously erotic.
  5. Looks often belie the true condition underneath, returned Polly, precociously.
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