wonder boy

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Noun1.wonder boy - a man who is unusually successful at an early age
adult male, man - an adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman); "there were two women and six men on the bus"
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The newest wonder boy of Philippine showbiz, Sebastian Benedict 'Baeby Baste' Granfon Arumpac is Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 Best Child Performer.
However, as the stakes continue to rise, the weekend proves even worse than he could imagine as he finds himself careering from one disastrous misadventure to another - all in the company of a new wonder boy author, whose success at a young age does little to boost Grady's confidence.
BRAZILIAN wonder boy Neymar scored a hat-trick as Barcelona crushed Celtic 6-1 to top Group H.
BOLTON boss Dougie Freedman wants to take Chelsea wonder boy Jeremie Boga on loan - and throw him into a promotion chase at just 16.
In his one season as a Wonder Boy, Graziano engineered Tech to a 9-3 record while breaking both the school and the Gulf South Conference single-season passing and total offensive records.
While 16-year-old Japanese wonder boy Ryo Ishikawa finished 41st out of 55 in the 36-hole event at The Lakes, veteran Fowler won a place at Royal Birkdale along with Andrew Tampion, Brad Lamb and Ewan Porter.
Cardiff City's wonder boy Aaron Ramsey lived up to his growing reputation with a man of the match performance and a goal in the Bluebirds' 3-1 FA Cup third round win at Chasetown, writes Mark Bloom.
His friend, Travis Boise, aged 19, from Gloucester, said: "It was so apt - he was our wonder boy.
Snooker wonder boy Michael White has been told he is too young to take up his professional tour card.
The one-time wonder boy of Chilean football is on a loan deal at home town club Universidad and popping anti-depressant pills as well as doing some serious partying.
THEN (JUNE 1995): Ben Kaplan graduated from South Eugene High as a sort of savvy-beyond-his-years wonder boy.
The first was a retrospective celebration of the works created by the mother of American modern dance; the second, an occasion to discover a wonder boy who was revolutionizing classic traditions.