For all his precocity, he still has a lot of growing up to do.
But Byron was proud of his precocity, and liked to recall it, and to wonder if any other lover had ever been equally precocious.
Will you forgive me if I express amazement at your precocity, and congratulate you upon it?
Obviously we have pre-existed; how are we to account for Mozart's precocity save by supposing his pre-existence?
The little girl's prettiness and precocity appealed to him strongly.
While at the Chapel Royal, Humfrey displayed signs of that precocity which so often shows itself in the musical genius.
Sometimes this very individuality is mistaken for precocity.
His mother's friends delighted in exhibitions of his precocity.
My response to that gave him the idea of making an experiment in precocity.
And there is something very sad and very fearful in this precocity.