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Young

Synonyms for young:

Sense 1

budding, ageless, youth culture, well-preserved, younger.

Sense 2

fresh-faced, date.

Sense 3

litter.

Sense 5

age.

Sense 6

weak.

cy young

Cy Young.

flock

brood.

immature

dry.

inexperienced

innocent.

lester willis young

Lester Willis Young.

naive

obvious.

youthful

school-age.

Other synonyms and related words:

early days, new-made, formative, youngish, Cy Young, Lester Willis Young, puppyish, Edward Young, new, Brigham Young, litter, budding, untried, childlike, weak, teen, schoolboyish, modern, raw, Thomas Young, boylike, well-preserved, obvious, offspring, puppylike, novel, unfledged, dry, progeny, Whitney Young, younger, juvenility, youthfulness, baby, early, small, vernal, Danton True Young, recent, young person, upstart, kiddish, innocent, Pres Young, little, Sophomoric, untested, unsalted, preadolescent, tender, childly, issue, younker, unseasoned, vulnerable, teenaged, youth, preteen, Loretta Young, unripened, schoolgirlish, newborn, infant, brood, fresh-faced, newfangled, ageless, materialization.

adolescent (adjective)

teenage, pubescent.

all (adjective)

new, immature.

green (adjective)

green.

immature (adjective)

juvenile, adolescent, unfledged, junior, early, little, raw, unripe, tender, puerile, girlish, modern, new, boyish, blooming, callow, childlike, youthful, childish, fresh, green, pubescent, unseasoned, vernal, boylike, budding, untried, infant, inexperienced, newborn, recent.

in the beginning (adjective)

early.

juvenile (adjective)

girlish, infantile, kiddish, immature, childish, junior, adolescent, youthful, juvenile.

reckless (adjective)

Sophomoric.

springlike (adjective)

vernal.

well-kept (adjective)

well-preserved.

young (adjective)

child-like, juvenile, blooming, boyish, inexperienced, callow, unripe, immature, junior, adolescent, teenage, pubescent, fresh, youthful, childish, green, girlish, puerile.

Sense 2 (noun)

well-preserved, age, date, ageless, younger, brood, fresh-faced, litter.

Sense 4 (noun)

youth culture.

animal (noun)

offspring.

animate beings that are not mature (noun)

baby, offspring, litter, issue, brood, progeny.

person (noun)

Loretta Young, Thomas Young, Edward Young, Pres Young, Lester Willis Young, Whitney Young, Danton True Young, Cy Young, Brigham Young.

young (noun)

Danton True Young, tender, boyish, adolescent, youngish, vulnerable, Pres Young, schoolgirlish, childly, childlike, baby, preadolescent, Brigham Young, girlish, infantile, youthful, immature, teenage, teen, new, puppylike, boylike, vernal, junior, early, small, Cy Young, formative, puppyish, Whitney Young, Edward Young, preteen, little, Loretta Young, newborn, infant, youth, teenaged, offspring, Thomas Young, Lester Willis Young, schoolboyish.

Usage examples for young:

  • " My dear young friend! - "The Valley of the Giants", Peter B. Kyne.
  • I called you to tell me, who is the young man? - "The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
  • I know all about them from young Scrotton. - "The Project Gutenberg Plays of John Galsworthy, Complete", John Galsworthy.

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