Definition of precociously in English:

precociously

adverb

  • See precocious

    • ‘From an early age Iris showed herself to be precociously thoughtful.’
    • ‘But while his career path suggests a precociously mature musical sensibility, his debut solo album counters any such notion.’
    • ‘At the precociously early age of 12, he was a pupil at the Trustees' Academy.’
    • ‘I have no problem with the idea of gambling on a precociously talented teenager.’
    • ‘Elaine, a precociously bright child and a voracious reader, had been taken out of school and sent away to earn some money.’

Pronunciation

precociously

/prɪˈkəʊʃəsli/