youth[ yooth ]SEE DEFINITION OF youth
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YOUTH
If it may be avoided, I will not see the whole of your youth consumed in anxious watchings.
His lines were gracefully full, his bearing had still the alertness of youth.
And can you expect the youth of Athens to be wiser than their gods?
“I am afraid he is past ransom,” said the youth, shaking his head.
On the other hand, youth is often gifted with a credulity divine and unerring.
“It is not well that youth should study over long,” said the old man.
Youth is prone to endow its opinions with all the dignity of certain knowledge.
One fragrant breath of thee is as a waft of the joys of my youth!
Ambrose, however, had the enthusiastic practicalness of youth.
I gave it—ay, I gave it to a youth that came to mine aid, and reclaimed a falcon for me!
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR YOUTH
- little angel
- little darling
- little doll
- little one
- small fry
- young one