infantine

[ in-fuh n-tahyn, -tin ]SEE DEFINITION OF infantine

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFANTINE

Lucy had not liked Ratia so little since the days of her infantine tyranny.

Okiok was gazing at him, however, with an air of the most infantine simplicity and deference.

We cannot, of course, convey the slightest idea of the infantine Eskimo lisp.

"I don't remember," said the culprit, knitting his brows in infantine thought.

But listen and I'll expound in words suitable to your infantine understanding.

With infantine facility we believed in the words of the matron.

To the apprehension of infantine humanity everything is a god.

Some are scrawling and some are cramped; some are infantine and some foreign.

The appeal called up for some reason her most infantine manner.

The infantine struggle with serpents was a favourite subject.

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