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However, if your young one has the tendency to drop, lose, or toss things into a volcano, an Android tablet like this one is a gadget you won’t worry too much about replacing.

Studies reveal that if adults don’t talk to young ones about gender from the moment they’re able to hold a conversation, those early views may never change.

Noveck leads a project called CrowdLaw, which studies ways lawmakers can use technology to incorporate the opinions of citizens, especially young ones, into the legislative process.

Knowing that this new crop of young ones will uncover delight in this bruised world is one of those ancient wonders.

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The players are also deftly marketing themselves, often on social media, proving their viability to advertisers at a time when consumers, especially young ones, value supporting women’s empowerment.

I used to wish and wish for her, like a young-one wishin' on a load of hay, or the first star at night, or somethin'.

Soon after the war I once expressed my sympathy to a young lady friend who was about to marry a young one-armed soldier.

Do you think I've got a head like a six-year-old young-one—or you?

"Let's go out to the barn and find the young-one ourselves," said the Captain.

"It's a pity you didn't tell her sooner, young-one," he said.


On this page you'll find 90 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to young one, such as: baby, boy, daughter, girl, juvenile, and kid.

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