Synonyms for young blood

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Your young blood feels only the partisan promptings of dislike.

That'll whip his young blood into the proper rhythm right from the start.

Well, I am one of those who are always indulgent to young blood.

Then the young blood leaped in her, and her eyes were like stars after a rain.

Young blood will have its way; she wants to live and what life is there here?'

What more could be hoped for or expected, as long as young blood ran in young veins?

She had a young blood in with her—that young Harbison from Louisville.

But at that time the minister had not revigorated himself with young blood.

"Verily, young blood is the same the whole world through," said he.

For his own purposes he nurtured every wild passion in our young blood.

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