Synonyms for youngsters

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Antonyms for youngsters

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YOUNGSTERS

Most youngsters have their fathers over them when that change comes.

Where could the youngsters, Antoine and Lise, have got to, he wondered.

Including her, you would now have had five youngsters, you wretched fellow!

All the youngsters have 'gone foreign,' and all the oldsters have gone to—'goodness knows which.'

We were youngsters looking to win our first spurs then—I in my line, he in his.

Were they all going to take a hand in bringing the youngsters up?

"There he is, on the quay, looking at the moorings," says one of the youngsters as he skipped past me.

Mrs. Westley had one fixed rule for her youngsters: "Work while you work and play while you play."

I believe you're closer to the hearts of these youngsters out here than anyone else.

To the youngsters it looked like a flirtation in an old folks' home.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from young + -ster. Earlier was youngling, from Old English geongling.

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