Part of speech:
Lacking adult maturity or experience; immature:
Young; possessing youth; not yet old or mature
Of, relating to, or undergoing adolescence.
Reaching or having recently reached puberty.
Gentle, mild, or light; not rough or heavy
Not fully grown or developed:
Displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity; childish:
Of, like, or fit for a boy or boys
Of or relating to formation, growth, or development:
Being in an early developmental stage:
Inexperienced, immature, or untried.
Of, relating to, or applicable to those aged 13 through 19.
Intended for or including youthful persons:
Having a relatively low level of industrial capability, technological sophistication, and economic productivity:
Not yet used or soiled; clean:
Having no definite shape or structure; unorganized.
Capable of being shaped or formed:
Beneficial to the environment or less harmful to the environment than others:
(Archaic) Belonging to childhood; juvenile.
Of, like, or characteristic of a child
A male child from birth to the age of physical maturity; lad; youth
Someone to whom a specified person is a parent.
(Informal) A woman of any age, married or single
(Law) A person under the legal age of majority; a minor.
An instance of juvenile behavior.
One studying in a secondary area of specialization:
An associate justice as distinguished from chief justice
The 13th through 19th years of a person or animal's life:
The condition or quality of being young:
Any undeveloped or immature person or thing
A very naive or simple-minded person
A small amount, as of liquor.
(Slang) Pal. Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a young person:
Not mature; childish
a young person, not fully developed
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