adolescent

[ ad-l-es-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adolescent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADOLESCENT

The trouble was in his conditioning, started when he was an adolescent.

This then is the duality of my day and my night being: a duality so bitter to an adolescent.

I'll admit that the adolescent seems all that at times, but that is only on the surface.

It was cub rage, but it was adolescent cub, and it was somehow significant.

She is ingenious, She used to strum ballads to the moon on my adolescent nerves.

He felt the languor of the consumptive and the melancholia of the adolescent.

But in that first adolescent self-consciousness my sympathies were all with father.

But very few speakers could meet the needs of that adolescent age.

And this was exactly the sort of thing that should have inspired their most adolescent repartee.

For the new-born, dainty bread-and-honey; for the adolescent, dry bread.

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