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noun as in adolescence

noun as in immaturity

noun as in minority


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This year’s youthful trio is actually driving a decent amount of the Spurs’ success — at least, when they’re not being weighed down by the presence of DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge, with whom they typically start every game.

Museveni is older than 80% of Uganda’s youthful population who have only known one president.

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While the incumbent, Yoweri Museveni, has enjoyed free rein on the campaign trail, his youthful main opponent Robert Kyagulanyi, better known by his stage name Bobi Wine, and his supporters have faced numerous obstacles—and physical assault.

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That dialogue reflects the comic’s sheer joy in taking readers on wild rides, exploring the creative possibilities with youthful abandon.

It is one of two such properties he owns in Nashville, a city that he said he fell in love with when he moved from California, attracted by its vibrant culture and youthful outlook.

But done right, they can extend her shelf-life in a hyper-competitive industry that revolves around youthfulness.

On their feet were sandals bearing flower motifs, conveying a sense of youthfulness repeated in the cocktail dresses as well.

But 19 and 12, though superficially similar in their youthfulness, are diametrically opposed regarding the elephant in the room.

Dresses that resembled tapestries from the front often laced up the back in a manner that hinted at rock-and-roll youthfulness.

Indeed, no one embodies knowing youthfulness more than Oscar de la Renta, the éminence grise of American fashion.

With what enthusiasm, what vigor, what youthfulness do the denizens of this modern world manifest their abounding vitality!

"Cy's got a hard heart, Ruth," he said with a sudden gravity that came strangely through his youthfulness.

He was delighted with the extraordinary youthfulness and vitality he felt in the new incarnation.

Their exuberant youthfulness, their strutting, and their obvious belief in themselves, made a strong appeal to her imagination.

By 1900 the youthfulness of the older generation is made a source of complaint by the juniors.

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On this page you'll find 180 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to youthfulness, such as: boyhood, teens, girlhood, greenness, juvenility, and minority.

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