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Its little kid skips about, for the time of toil has not yet come to the youngling, and it may gambol now.

Said the youngling: "Knowest thou not Jack of the Tofts and his seven sons, and what he is, and that he dwelleth there?"

Child ChristopherWilliam Morris

Nine fair children sat around their domestic hearth, and one, the youngling of the flock, smiled upon its mother's knee.

But if not, then do I depart from Greenharbour straightway, and take the youngling with me to hang him up on the first tree.

Child ChristopherWilliam Morris

But here I take up this youngling's glove; and on his head be his fate!

Child ChristopherWilliam Morris

The youngling of this nest came to the ground and stayed there.

A Bird-Lover in the WestOlive Thorne Miller

She has passed away,—the kid, the youngling beautiful,—she has p. 162passed away to Hades.

"I am called Skallagrim, youngling," answered the man on the horse.

Eric BrighteyesH. Rider Haggard

One authority wrote in 1515: “He is a youngling, cares for nothing but girls and hunting.”

So he kissed the youngling, and rode away south across the stream and over the other side of the clough.

The Sundering FloodWilliam Morris

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