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Characteristic of, intended for, or appropriate for children or young people:
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  1. Characteristic of, intended for, or appropriate for children or young people:
  2. Relating to or characteristic of a young animal that has not reached sexual maturity:
  3. Marked by immaturity; childish:
A person new to a particular occupation, activity, etc.; apprentice; beginner; tyro
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  1. A person new to a particular occupation, activity, etc.; apprentice; beginner; tyro
  2. A person who has entered a religious order but has not yet taken final vows.
Characterized by youth; young:
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  1. Characterized by youth; young:
  2. Of, characteristic of, or suitable for youth
  3. Typical of or suggesting youth:
(Grammar) Of or being a suffix that indicates smallness or, by semantic extension, qualities such as youth, familiarity, affection, or contempt, as -let in booklet, -kin in lambkin, or -et in nymphet.
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  1. (Grammar) Of or being a suffix that indicates smallness or, by semantic extension, qualities such as youth, familiarity, affection, or contempt, as -let in booklet, -kin in lambkin, or -et in nymphet.
  2. Extremely or extraordinarily small.
  3. Much smaller than ordinary or average; very small; tiny
(Law) A person under the legal age of majority; a minor.
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  1. (Law) A person under the legal age of majority; a minor.
  2. A child in the earliest period of life, especially before he or she can walk.
  3. A very young child; baby
An unweaned young animal
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  1. An unweaned young animal
  2. A young mammal which isn't weaned yet (such as a (foal) (baby horse) that is still being fed milk by its mother (dam).
  3. (Archaic) An unweaned child
A traffic cone.
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  1. A traffic cone.
  2. A quite young human being, typically two to three years old, but can refer to any child that has started walking, up to about four years old, or at the time they have mastered walking.
  3. One who toddles, especially a young child learning to walk.
A child (as a pejorative term); offspring.
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  1. A child (as a pejorative term); offspring.
  2. Now often specifically, a selfish or spoiled child.
  3. A child, esp. an impudent, unruly child
A person who is acquiring a trade, craft, or skill under specified conditions, usually as a member of a labor union
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  1. A person who is acquiring a trade, craft, or skill under specified conditions, usually as a member of a labor union
  2. A person under legal agreement to work a specified length of time for a master craftsman in a craft or trade in return for instruction and, formerly, support
  3. Any learner or beginner; novice
A person who complains when he or she fails to win or get his or her own way
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  1. A person who complains when he or she fails to win or get his or her own way
  2. Someone whose feelings are very easily hurt, often by trivial matters.
  3. A person who cries or complains frequently with little cause.
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  1. A surname​.
  2. A person who lacks courage, esp. one who is shamefully unable to control fear and so shrinks from danger or trouble
(Informal) Sister.
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  1. (Informal) Sister.
  2. (Informal) An effeminate boy or man
  3. A timid person or coward
A hypothetical, electrically neutral, massive subatomic particle that interacts with other matter by means of the weak interaction
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  1. A hypothetical, electrically neutral, massive subatomic particle that interacts with other matter by means of the weak interaction
  2. Short for weakly interacting massive particle . Any of various hypothetical particles, some predicted by certain theories such as supersymmetry, which interact with other particles by the force of gravity alone. WIMPs are considered by some scientists to be candidates for the dark matter that makes up much of the mass of the universe.
  3. (Informal) A weak, ineffectual, or insipid person
To give in to; gratify:
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  1. To give in to; gratify:
  2. To be overindulgent with; give in easily to the wishes of; coddle
  3. (Archaic) To indulge with rich food; glut.
To cook (esp. eggs in the shell) gently by heating in water not quite at boiling temperature
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  1. To cook (esp. eggs in the shell) gently by heating in water not quite at boiling temperature
  2. To treat indulgently; baby.
  3. To treat (someone) with more care or concern than is required or regarded as appropriate; be overindulgent toward; cosset; pamper
To harm the character of (a child) by overindulgence or leniency.
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  1. To harm the character of (a child) by overindulgence or leniency.
  2. To be damaged or injured in such a way as to become useless, valueless, etc.; specif., to decay, as food
  3. To become unfit for use or consumption, as from decay. Used especially of perishables, such as food.
A very young nonhuman mammal, especially a primate.
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  1. A very young nonhuman mammal, especially a primate.
  2. A child in the earliest period of life, especially before he or she can walk.
  3. A very young child; baby
Greatly reduced in size or scale.
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  1. Greatly reduced in size or scale.
  2. On or done on a very small scale; diminutive; minute
Very small; diminutive
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  1. Very small; diminutive
  2. Extremely small:
A neonate.
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  1. A neonate.
  2. A recently born baby.
(Slang) A young woman, especially one considered sexually attractive.
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  1. (Slang) A young woman, especially one considered sexually attractive.
  2. A naive, gullible, or helpless person
  3. A baby; infant
A carefully nurtured person or thing.
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  1. A carefully nurtured person or thing.
  2. A young baby still being breast-fed
  3. A young child or animal being nursed
A newly-born individual, esp. an infant during its first month of life
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  1. A newly-born individual, esp. an infant during its first month of life
  2. A newborn infant; recently born baby.
  3. A newborn infant, especially one less than four weeks old.
A prematurely born infant.
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  1. A prematurely born infant.
  2. (Informal) A prematurely born infant, esp. one weighing less than 2.5 kg (c. 5.5 lb)
Someone to whom a specified person is a parent.
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  1. Someone to whom a specified person is a parent.
  2. A member of a tribe; descendant:
  3. An individual regarded as strongly affected by another or by a specified time, place, or circumstance:
A small child.
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  1. A small child.
  2. A young child
(Now Rare) A novice
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  1. (Now Rare) A novice
  2. A young person; youth
(Scot.) A son or daughter; child
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  1. (Scot.) A son or daughter; child
  2. A child.
A term of endearment, especially toward children.
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  1. A term of endearment, especially toward children.
  2. A child.
A cradleboard.
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  1. A cradleboard.
  2. A North American Indian baby
  3. (Often Offensive) A Native American infant or very young child.
A young person.
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  1. A young person.
  2. (Slang) Pal. Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a young person:
  3. (Informal) A child.
(Christian Theol.) Any of the second order of angels, usually ranked just below the seraphim
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  1. (Christian Theol.) Any of the second order of angels, usually ranked just below the seraphim
  2. A representation of one of the cherubim as, in early art, a winged angel clothed in red or, later, a chubby, rosy-faced child with wings
  3. A person, esp. a child, with a sweet, innocent face
(Idiomatic, less common) A pet.
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  1. (Idiomatic, less common) A pet.
  2. (Idiomatic) A newborn baby.
A size and style of clothing designed for teens and young women, cut to fit smaller in the bust and hips than regular women's clothing
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  1. A size and style of clothing designed for teens and young women, cut to fit smaller in the bust and hips than regular women's clothing
  2. A younger person
  3. A student in the third year of a US high school or college.
Youngest child in a family
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  1. Youngest child in a family
To stroke or pat (now, esp., an animal) affectionately
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  1. To stroke or pat (now, esp., an animal) affectionately
  2. (Informal) To kiss, embrace, fondle, etc., passionately in mutual sexual stimulation
  3. To be in a pet; sulk
To pamper; indulge
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  1. To pamper; indulge
  2. To move (a small child) up and down on the knees or in the arms in a playful way.
  3. To pamper or pet.
To try to cure by special care or treatment:
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  1. To try to cure by special care or treatment:
  2. To cause or allow to take milk from the breast:
  3. To manage or guide carefully; look after with care; foster:
To hold dear; feel or show love for
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  1. To hold dear; feel or show love for
  2. To treat with tenderness and affection; to nurture with care; to protect and aid.
  3. To take good care of; protect; foster
To cultivate and grow something.
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  1. To cultivate and grow something.
  2. To help to grow or develop; stimulate; promote
  3. To nurture or bring up offspring; or to provide similar parental care to an unrelated child.
(Intransitive) To embrace affectionately, lie together snugly.
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  1. (Intransitive) To embrace affectionately, lie together snugly.
  2. To nestle; snuggle:
  3. To cradle in one's arms so as to give comfort, warmth.
To pamper.
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  1. To pamper.
  2. To treat like a pet; to overly indulge
  3. To show excessive care or concern in dealing with or caring for (someone); coddle; pamper
To comply with the wishes or ideas of (another) in order to keep that person satisfied or unaware of criticism; indulge:
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  1. To comply with the wishes or ideas of (another) in order to keep that person satisfied or unaware of criticism; indulge:
  2. US spelling of humour.
  3. One of the four fluids of the body—blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile—whose relative proportions were thought in ancient and medieval medicine to determine general health and character.
To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to
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  1. To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to
  2. To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
  3. To gratify the wishes of; be very lenient with; humor
To be overprotective and indulgent toward; to pamper.
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  1. To be overprotective and indulgent toward; to pamper.
  2. To pamper; coddle
(Informal) Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment.
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  1. (Informal) Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment.
  2. (Slang) A young woman, especially one considered sexually attractive.
  3. A baby; infant
A representation of the infant Jesus.
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  1. A representation of the infant Jesus.
  2. A child; a baby.
A newborn infant, especially one less than four weeks old.
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  1. A newborn infant, especially one less than four weeks old.
  2. A newly-born individual, esp. an infant during its first month of life
  3. A newborn infant; recently born baby.
A neonate.
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  1. A neonate.
  2. A recently born baby.
A carefully nurtured person or thing.
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  1. A carefully nurtured person or thing.
  2. A young baby still being breast-fed
  3. A young child or animal being nursed
A piece of bread sopped in milk.
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  1. A piece of bread sopped in milk.
  2. A man lacking courage and other qualities deemed manly.
  3. (By extension, pejorative) A weak, easily frightened or ineffectual person.
One who has a meek, timid, unassertive nature.
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  1. One who has a meek, timid, unassertive nature.
  2. A person regarded as timid, shrinking, self-abasing, etc.
A man or boy used to being coddled, or protected, pampered, etc.
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  1. A man or boy used to being coddled, or protected, pampered, etc.
  2. (Now rare) A person, especially a man or a boy, who is pampered and overprotected.
One of weak constitution or character.
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  1. One of weak constitution or character.
  2. A person of weak or even sickly physical constitution
  3. (Figuratively) A person of weak character, lacking in courage and/or moral strength.
To provide food service for:
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  1. To provide food service for:
  2. To take special pains in seeking to gratify another's needs or desires
  3. (Often with to) To provide things to satisfy a person or a need, to serve.
To cook (esp. eggs in the shell) gently by heating in water not quite at boiling temperature
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  1. To cook (esp. eggs in the shell) gently by heating in water not quite at boiling temperature
  2. To treat indulgently; baby.
  3. To treat (someone) with more care or concern than is required or regarded as appropriate; be overindulgent toward; cosset; pamper
To pamper.
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  1. To pamper.
  2. To show excessive care or concern in dealing with or caring for (someone); coddle; pamper
  3. To treat like a pet; to overly indulge
To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly:
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  1. To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly:
  2. To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
  3. To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to
To be overprotective and indulgent toward; to pamper.
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  1. To be overprotective and indulgent toward; to pamper.
  2. To pamper; coddle
To indulge (a desire, craving, or habit) to excess:
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  1. To indulge (a desire, craving, or habit) to excess:
  2. To indulge in something to excess.
  3. To indulge (a person) excessively:
(Obs.) To feed too much; gratify to excess; glut
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  1. (Obs.) To feed too much; gratify to excess; glut
  2. To give in to; gratify:
  3. To be overindulgent with; give in easily to the wishes of; coddle
To be damaged or injured in such a way as to become useless, valueless, etc.; specif., to decay, as food
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  1. To be damaged or injured in such a way as to become useless, valueless, etc.; specif., to decay, as food
  2. To impair or destroy the value or quality of; ruin:
  3. To become unfit for use or consumption, as from decay. Used especially of perishables, such as food.
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