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tender age

noun as in childhood

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She became an international sensation at the tender age of two—before she even started pre-school—for her abstract works of art.

Luke, 32, is the oldest, followed by Chris at 30, with Liam being the youngest at the tender age of 23.

Lords writes about doing drugs and posing for Penthouse at the tender age of 15.

But Bertie died young, meaning that our present Queen Elizabeth came to the throne at the tender age of 25.

Ye had left home at the tender age of 11 when she was invited to join the Zhejiang provincial swim team.

The practice of sending children to school at the tender age of five, four, or even three years.

Though of this tender age, yet were they convicted as old and daring depredators.

In December 1801, when this crime was perpetrated, Louisa Calderon was of the tender age of ten or eleven years.

Even at the tender age that must be reckoned by minutes, these young birds were fed, seemingly, by regurgitation.

At the tender age of two years and a half he lost his father.


On this page you'll find 133 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tender age, such as: adolescence, babyhood, cradle, immaturity, infancy, and juvenility.

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