Lack and Talent


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Lack noun – The fact or state of being absent.
Talent is an antonym for lack.
Nearby Words: lacking, lacked
Antonyms for Lack


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Talent noun – A special and usually inborn ability.
Lack is an antonym for talent in ability topic.
Nearby Words: talented, talentless
Antonyms for Talent
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How words are described

good good lack good talent
physical physical lack physical talent
natural natural lack natural talent
considerable considerable lack considerable talent
Other adjectives: true, genuine, sheer, obvious, small, strong, actual, real, massive, great, serious, inherent, new, incredible, unusual.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / The Rebel Broward is the only one who sees through Hancock's lack of talent and recognises Paul for the real talent.
  • Even then, he was so insecure about his lack of a talent that he underwent a surgical procedure designed to grant him every talent.
  • Dreadful Musician If the lethality is the product of the music itself instead of the musician's lack of talent, it's a Brown Note.
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