Knack and Talent


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Knack noun – A special and usually inborn ability.
Usage example: a jazz musician with an incredible knack for improvisation

Talent is a synonym for knack in skill topic. In some cases you can use "Talent" instead a noun "Knack", when it comes to topics like gift, ability. popular alternative
Nearby Words: knacker, knackery
Synonyms for Knack


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Talent noun – A special and usually inborn ability.
Usage example: a talent for coming up with really funny answers to stupid questions

Knack is a synonym for talent in ability topic. You can use "Knack" instead a noun "Talent", if it concerns topics such as skill, gift, flair. popular alternative
Nearby Words: talented, talentless
Synonyms for Talent

How words are described

good good knack good talent
special special knack special talent
best best knack best talent
particular particular knack particular talent
Other adjectives: natural, divine, obvious, strong, actual, real, great, little, impressive, psychic, remarkable, innate, extraordinary, supernatural, new, unique, major, incredible, amazing, unusual, strange, magical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Stupid Crooks A good caper usually takes the talent and skill of the likes of a Classy Cat-Burglar or even a Phantom Thief to pull off, and you either have a knack for it or you don't.
    Source: Stupid Crooks
  • Literature / Idoru Laney's talent for identifying nodal points was meant to be a metaphor for Gibson's own much noted knack for identifing bits of the future in present-day.
  • Creator / Brandon Sanderson Blessed with Suck: The protagonist, Skip, has the magical talent (or ‘knack’) of smelling incredibly delicious to dragons.
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