girlhood[ gurl-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF girlhood
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIRLHOOD
Hester Paine, as a young lady, fulfills the promise of her girlhood.
Her girlhood had in it a certain dignity as of a virgin priestess or sibyl.
The complacent sophistries of her girlhood no longer answered for truth.
Because I will never cause you to blush for the history of your wife's girlhood.
It was a face of girlhood, almost mature—a face with wonderment on it now.
"I wonder where she lived and what sort of a girlhood she had," Granger said.
This was partly the result of the conditions under which her girlhood had been spent.
When it had gone, she had realized with a sudden shock that her girlhood was ended.
The author shows an unfailing understanding of the heart of girlhood.
Oh, that woman should ever prove false to the vow of her girlhood!