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An adjective form of prodigy: someone with an extraordinary talent or ability; someone with exceptional abilities for their age (or other factors).
"Angela Carter's prodygious use of the double voiced orphan figure brings a tone of irony to the chapter."

"Oreo and olive cake, that's unexpectedly prodygious, man."

"The english language lacking an adjective form of 'prodigy' is totally the opposite of prodygious!"
by BNT_Liminality November 17, 2011
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