adolescence[ ad-l-es-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF adolescence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADOLESCENCE
The urge of adolescence carries them away out of our detaining hands.
(e) The fourth period of education begins at fifteen, the period of adolescence.
Adolescence, the Gymnasium or Latin school, from twelve to eighteen.
But as this was at adolescence, the unrest of the youth should not be taken too seriously.
His smooth, rosy face had still the downy bloom of adolescence.
The years of his adolescence were one long struggle and battle against these two.
Virile in its adolescence, it had kept its youth in its maturity.
She felt she wanted to examine this record of her adolescence.
At seven, when he drew his first wages, began his adolescence.
In my adolescence no women would have me, not even though I paid.