Thesaurus / infantine

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I well remember my infantine alarm and horror when I perceived that these men were naked—stark naked.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
You are smiling in your infantine dreams, and you know not that, perhaps, the future of our beloved Gaul may rest upon your head.
If a momentary sensation, at that infantine period, deserve the appellation, I might call this my first affectionate sorrow.
It will be a long time before the infantine public are brought round to Walt Whitman's views on versification.
ESSAYS IN THE STUDY OF FOLK-SONGS (1886)COUNTESS EVELYN MARTINENGO-CESARESCO
The idea is an infantine one, possible of entertainment only in the initial state of human knowledge.
The bedroom in which Caleb had died was, indeed, long held sacred by infantine superstition.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
The infantine struggle with serpents was a favourite subject.
Conscious of our infantine weakness, let us lean upon the arm of Omnipotence.
It struck me he would not be much older, and I had learned to love him too well in his infantine and affecting weakness.
"But I do wish to speak of thy wound," replied Charles' daughter with infantine impatience.

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