other words for awkward age
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He was just of that awkward age when boys fancy themselves men, and men are not prepared to lower themselves to their level.
Like the rest of his stories, The Awkward Age has little to do with the world of affairs in any group aspect.
When he had last seen her she was at the awkward age of thirteen.
Both were painfully conscious of their awkward age and the fact that they were no longer children.
I like to think of a crowd with pikes and torches shouting passages from "The Awkward Age."
"The Awkward Age," fairy godmother and spotless lamb and all the rest of it.
Still she gives promise of being attractive when she has passed the awkward age.
He was, indeed, at that awkward age when a well-grown boy is verging on manhood.
Wise mothers say that their daughters must sooner or later pass through an awkward age.
Woman is passing through an awkward age now, and Dorothy Roden might be classed among those who are doing it gracefully.