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Happily, there are moments of humor, too, as Broome recalls things that occurred in his youth, or maybe just a few years ago.

The school’s fate has been in flux since the state and federal governments passed laws aiming to transition away from group and congregate facilities for foster youth.

We were planning to expand our housing capacity from 11 to 35 beds for homeless youth and were honored for the support of so many of our state legislators.

Still, by refusing to invest in youth at QB via the draft, Fontenot hasn’t done much to address the situation.

India’s ill-conceived vaccination programme could jeopardise the future of thousands of youth.

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While excoriating the IRS, Huckabee brings his readers along on a flashback to his youth.

The last band I was in was kind of a Sonic Youth rip-off band, and I thought that that was my calling.

A new WPA would have helped create jobs and provided some training to underemployed or unemployed youth.

After raising a cool $2m last night, Will met the President today in DC while Kate visited a Harlem youth project.

According to a 2012 UNAIDS report, youth between the ages of 16 to 25 account for 40 percent of all new adult HIV infections.

She herself had worn them in her youth, and they were the proper bonnets for "growing girls."

Joe looked at her with a smile, his face still solemn and serious for all its youth and the fires of new-lit hope behind his eyes.

Y was a Youth, that did not love school; Z was a Zany, a poor harmless fool.

Very trim and strong, and confident he looked, with the glow of youth in his cheeks, and the spark of happiness in his gray eyes.

He distinguished himself in early youth by the variety of studies which he accomplished.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to youth, such as: minority, teens, adolescence, bloom, boyhood, and childhood.

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