infant[ in-fuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF infant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFANT
I was with him when he died, but knew not the hour he departed, for he sunk to rest like an infant.
He led America out of revolutionary victory into infant nationhood.
Even while he was an infant in the cradle a strange accident had befallen hum.
This may happen if her own son be an infant, or very far off, or if she have no son.
Even when an infant, and in your cradle, you had a soul for poetry.
Ah, never had she known for what trials the infant had been reserved!
It was the Infant of Spain that stood in the chamber of his ambitious minion.
It stuck in my infant mind when other things slipped through it.
He declared that he had never seen so young a mother, or so beautiful an infant.
As early as 1805, some critics in England spoke of her as the Infant Roscius.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INFANT
- hardly any
- not big
- not large