wonderkid

wonderkid

(ˈwʌndəˌkɪd)
n
informal a young person whose excellence in his or her discipline is appropriate to someone older and more experienced
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ALEX McLEISH plans to step up his bid to lure Manchester United wonderkid Scott McTominay to Scotland by watching him in person at Crystal Palace on Monday night.
The 22-year-old has been selected as one of the Surestop Brummies' representatives alongside wonderkid Zach Wajtknecht by team boss Graham Drury.
Don't Shoot signed with Broken Road Records on 10th April 2015 to release “The Wonderkid EP” as well as the as yet untitled follow up.
That's the view from the stage, as road-tested musician Wesley Stace paints it in Wonderkid, a perfectly pitched coming-of-age novel that's as playful and provocative as rock music itself.
OWEN COYLE has ordered wonderkid Ryo Miyaichi to put his feet up.
EXCLUSIVE ARSENAL are desperate to tie up the pounds 2million signing of Nottingham Forest's defensive wonderkid Jamal Lascelles - and beat off interest from CHELSEA, writes Dave Kidd.
LIVERPOOL have beaten Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City to wonderkid Raheem Sterling.
THE Tartan Army will gain nine million new members when wonderkid Islam Feruz pulls on a dark blue jersey.
Hussey calls for fans to lower expectations of new wonderkid MICHAEL HUSSEY has warned Australia fans to lower their expectations of new wonderkid David Warner following Matthew Hayden's retirement.
WONDERKID looks the business in today's BGC Handicap Chase on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival when the Tony Martin-trained eight-year-old can continue Irishtrained horses' dominance of the 3m7f cross-country event.
Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc isn't one for getting carried away, and he's shown it after the signing of new Polish wonderkid Jakub Blaszczykowski.
Wales wonderkid Gareth Bale last night rejected a new deal at Southampton - and now looks odds on to be a summer switch to the Premiership.