Pronunciation of Babyish
/bˈe͡ɪbɪɪʃ/, /bˈeɪbɪɪʃ/, /b_ˈeɪ_b_ɪ__ɪ_ʃ/
Antonyms for babyish:
Synonyms for babyish:
flexible, development, grow up, natural-born, Infantine, temperamental, overweening, developmental, temperate, grow up on, school-age, thick-skinned, cherubic, inbred, red-blooded, boyhood, wayward, self-confessed, infancy, addictive, youth, out-and-out, tidy, needy, puberty, predisposed, upbringing, pester power, stripling, childish, innate, Walter Mitty, classy, larger-than-life, well endowed, incarnate, adaptive, self-aware, adolescence, prone, childhood, girlhood, sniveling, flawed.
Other synonyms and related words:
constitutionally, childlike, flexible, development, classy, innate, adaptive, jejune, temperamental, inbred, adolescent, Infantine, childish, flawed, adolescence, infantile, sporty, minority, temperate, prone, girlhood, self-confessed, infancy, Clingy, badass, boyhood, addictive, childhood, youth, sad, puerile, developmental, wayward, larger-than-life, early, sniveling, juvenile, reactive, kiddish, born, puberty, thick-skinned, self-aware, baby, out-and-out, cherubic, have.
acting like an infant (adjective)
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Usage examples for babyish:
- As I take all that into my own hands I'll answer for it that everything shall be of the best kind; especially if you are not babyish, and give in pleasantly to our ideas." - "The Lesser Bourgeoisie", Honore de Balzac.
- You all saw nothing in that masterpiece but the blunder of a young man fresh from college, a babyish fiasco. - "The Magic Skin", Honore de Balzac.
- She spoke in a babyish, aggrieved tone. - "The Title Market", Emily Post.