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lad

noun as in young man

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We are meant to see Coach Lad as a gentle shepherd, full of lessons about humility and brotherhood.

He was a biggish lad, with a boyish, slightly mischievous grin, and thoughtfulness and consideration were seamed in his character.

To release this feminist anthem through what is essentially a lad mag that guys read at barbershops?

Unlike his conservative colleagues Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, and perhaps his lad Rand, Gingrey endorsed mandatory vaccination.

She ties with a forward-thinking lad named John, who refuses to marry any woman against her will.

Egypt was once a land of mystery; now, every lad, on leaving Eton, yachts it to the pyramids.

The soldiers killed a young lad who tried to pass, or wounded him so severely that it is said that he died.

Again the unknown power smote the lad to the earth, which had become a raging sea.

Through a narrow door about three feet high the lad and his tutor entered their room.

Even now, one volume lay on the window ledge, where the happy lad had risen to study it as soon as daylight came.

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On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lad, such as: fellow, schoolboy, youngster, boy, buddy, and child.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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