Synonyms for growing pains

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The so-called "growing pains" are often of rheumatic origin.

All through life is manifested the "growing pains" of development.

The flowering-time of America seems due to arrive, after its growing pains.

She is suffering from growing pains, and from grave internal unrest.

In our happiest days my heart had its growing pains,—growing to be as you wished it.

His ideal is a flying goal, and he will never see his loved college free from growing pains.

The ways of teachers like rainy days and growing pains belong to the inexplicable and inevitable.

If the child complains of so-called "growing pains," keep in mind that these are rheumatic and may need attention.

There are no such pains as actual "growing pains," that is, pains caused by the child growing.

Look upon his restlessness and depression as growing pains, and the beginning of his cure.