callow

[ kal-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF callow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CALLOW

The 87 Medium, who is at first indifferent, finally warns her callow child.

"There speaks your callow inexperience," said he, with a pitying smile.

But even in those days as a callow, trusting youth, he'd been smarter than Boswell.

With bird nicknames may be mentioned Callow, unfledged, cognate with Lat.

Culpepper sprang, a flash of green, straight at the callow boy.

From these samples of our callow speech, the modesty of our ambition may be inferred.

He nodded toward the group of callow youths who surrounded Angelica.

And a fortunate thing for him it was that in his callow years there was a woman in whom he could confide.

She saw his soul, the soul he inevitably would have, a blond and callow soul.

He had been duly foolish in his callow day, but that was nothing.

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