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teenager

noun as in adolescent

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Social media accounts like Lincoln’s exist to help parents and teenagers navigate misinformation.

By its third installment, the once-clever “To All the Boys” franchise can only hope to pique the interest of bored teenagers.

In Loudoun County, the number of infections among people under 30 more than doubled after dozens of teenagers and young adults attended a massive “beach week” celebration in South Carolina.

“My goal was not to challenge his thought process or ideology but to get to a point where he could do it on his own,” said Buckley, who worked with the teenager.

Even in households with older kids and teenagers, the same imbalance remains.

“I have a lot of memories as a teenager that helped,” she smiles.

But when the announcement came, there was no surprise: Officer Darren Wilson will not stand trial for killing a teenager.

The teenager was shaken by the incident, and his father remembers having to console him for hours that day.

“As a teenager, I tried to convince myself I had imagined it,” wrote Bowman.

On Labor Day weekend, the teenager accompanied Shattuck, her three children, and several of their friends to Bethany beach.

Since the age of nineteen, when a normal teenager would have been in school, preparing himself for life.

I say he was a little boy because I am sure he was an early teenager.

Would you say he was more spoiled than the average teenager?

Ben flipped the car registration slot to "stand-by" and went back to the teenager's car.

A freckled-faced teenager in a dinner jacket was in the driver's seat and had the blister window open.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to teenager, such as: juvenile, minor, youngster, youth, stripling, and teen.

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

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