boyhood[ boi-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF boyhood
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOYHOOD
You were changing from boyhood into manhood, and you were changing without any authority over you.
It reminded him of Max's boyhood, when he had read to Max at night.
Who in his boyhood has not felt the delight of freedom and adventure?
He felt that the waters were troubled, as he had known them to be once or twice in his boyhood.
He was a native of New York, he informed his companions, and had been a sailor from his boyhood.
In that moment all the dreams, the vague longings of his boyhood had found their reality.
This art had been discovered during the boyhood of Columbus.
Some day, perhaps, I'll tell you some of the experiences of my boyhood.
Robert's boyhood was spent in an atmosphere characteristic of pioneer life.
From boyhood Franklin had been interested in natural phenomena.