Synonym for youth

Synonym for youth DEFAULT

adolescence [noun]

means "immaturity"
youth, juvenility, prime, greenness, minority

apprentice[noun]

means "guy"
man, person, fellow, youth, human being, young man

boy[noun]

means "person"
youth, lad, kid, little guy, youngster

fellow [noun]

means "guy"
man, person, apprentice, youth, human being, young man

guy[noun]

means "fellow"
man, person, apprentice, youth, human being, young man

infancy[noun]

means "babyhood"
childhood, youth, beginning

junior [noun]

means "person"
youth, minor, teenager, teen, adolescent

kid [noun]

means "person"
child, boy, juvenile, teenager, youngster, youth

lad [noun]

means "male child"
youth, boy, kid, little guy, youngster

minor [adjective]

means "person"
child, junior, adolescent, slip, youth

nonage[noun]

means "infancy"
minority, immaturity, youth, childhood, adolescence

teenager [noun]

means "young person"
teen, youth, girl, boy, adolescent, juvenile

teens[noun]

means "teen ages"
youth, adolescence

urchin[noun]

means "child"
boy, juvenile, teenager, youngster, youth, kid

young[noun]

means "animal"
offspring, youth

youthful[adjective]

means "young"
childlike, adolescent, juvenile

youthful [adjective]

means "active"
prankish, enthusiastic, vigourous, fresh, limber, lithe, buoyant

adolescent [adjective]

means "young"
immature, juvenile, youthful, childish, puerile

fresh [adjective]

means "health"
youthful

green[adjective]

means "characteristic"
inexperienced, callow, youthful, novice, immature, unsophisticated

greenhorn[adjective]

means "inexperienced"
callow, youthful, novice, immature, green, unsophisticated

juvenile [adjective]

means "young"
immature, adolescent, youthful, childish, puerile

puerile [adjective]

means "childish"
juvenile, youthful, foolish, idle, immature, irrational

springy[adjective]

means "bouncy"
elastic, resilient, pliable, stretchy, youthful, stretchable

tender[adjective]

means "characteristic"
youthful, immature, childish, young, childlike

young [adjective]

means "characteristic"
immature, childlike, juvenile, adolescent, youthful, inexperienced

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noun,pluralyouths[yooths, yoothz], /yuθs, yuðz/, (collectively) youth.

the condition of being young.

the appearance, freshness, vigor, spirit, etc., characteristic of one who is young.

the time of being young; early life: His youth was spent on the farm.

the period of life from puberty to the attainment of full growth; adolescence.

the first or early period of anything: The business, even in its youth, showed great potential.

young persons collectively.

a young person, especially a young man or male adolescent.

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Origin of youth

before 900; Middle English youthe,Old English geoguth; cognate with Dutch jeugd,German Jugend

OTHER WORDS FROM youth

youthless,adjective

Words nearby youth

yous, you said it, you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours, youse, Youskevitch, youth, youth-and-old-age, youth club, youth court, youth custody, youth custody centre

Other definitions for youth (2 of 2)


noun

Isle of Youth[ahyluhv yooth]. /ˈaɪl əv ˈyuθ/. an island in the Caribbean, a special municipality in southern Cuba. 1,182 sq. mi. (3,060 sq. km).

Spanish Is·la de la Ju·ven·tud[ees-lahthey lah hoo-ven-tood] /ˈis lɑ ðeɪ lɑ ˌhu ḇɛnˈtud/ . Formerly Isle of Pines[ahyluhv pahynz] /ˈaɪl əv ˈpaɪnz/ .

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Words related to youth

minority, teens, prime, boyhood, juvenescence, puberty, ignorance, jejuneness, inexperience, greenness, innocence, immaturity, bloom, childhood, adolescence, girlhood, springtide, youthfulness, salad days, awkward age

How to use youth in a sentence

  • Happily, there are moments of humor, too, as Broome recalls things that occurred in his youth, or maybe just a few years ago.

    Author recalls beatings, discrimination in memoir|Terri Schlichenmeyer|June 3, 2021|Washington Blade

  • The school’s fate has been in flux since the state and federal governments passed laws aiming to transition away from group and congregate facilities for foster youth.

    Morning Report: Chula Vista Pols Often Ignore Chula Vista Law|Voice of San Diego|June 3, 2021|Voice of San Diego

  • We were planning to expand our housing capacity from 11 to 35 beds for homeless youth and were honored for the support of so many of our state legislators.

    Pride Month Florida Day 2-DeSantis yanks LGBTQ funding|Brody Levesque|June 2, 2021|Washington Blade

  • Still, by refusing to invest in youth at QB via the draft, Fontenot hasn’t done much to address the situation.

    Julio Jones Isn’t Running On Empty|Josh Hermsmeyer|June 2, 2021|FiveThirtyEight

  • India’s ill-conceived vaccination programme could jeopardise the future of thousands of youth.

    India’s poorly planned vaccination drive is toying with students’ dreams to study abroad|Ananya Bhattacharya|June 2, 2021|Quartz

  • While excoriating the IRS, Huckabee brings his readers along on a flashback to his youth.

    Huckabee 2016: Bend Over and Take It Like a Prisoner!|Olivia Nuzzi|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST

  • The last band I was in was kind of a Sonic Youth rip-off band, and I thought that that was my calling.

    Deer Tick's John McCauley on Ten Years in Rock and Roll|James Joiner|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST

  • A new WPA would have helped create jobs and provided some training to underemployed or unemployed youth.

    Time to Bring Back the Truman Democrats|Joel Kotkin|December 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • After raising a cool $2m last night, Will met the President today in DC while Kate visited a Harlem youth project.

    Kate Middleton and Prince William's $2m Dinner|Tom Sykes|December 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • According to a 2012 UNAIDS report, youth between the ages of 16 to 25 account for 40 percent of all new adult HIV infections.

    The New Face of HIV Is Gay & Young|Adebisi Alimi|December 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • She herself had worn them in her youth, and they were the proper bonnets for "growing girls."

    The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills

  • Joe looked at her with a smile, his face still solemn and serious for all its youth and the fires of new-lit hope behind his eyes.

    The Bondboy|George W. (George Washington) Ogden

  • Y was a Youth, that did not love school; Z was a Zany, a poor harmless fool.

    Boys and Girls Bookshelf; a Practical Plan of Character Building, Volume I (of 17)|Various

  • Very trim and strong, and confident he looked, with the glow of youth in his cheeks, and the spark of happiness in his gray eyes.

    The Bondboy|George W. (George Washington) Ogden

  • He distinguished himself in early youth by the variety of studies which he accomplished.

    The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell

British Dictionary definitions for youth (1 of 2)


nounpluralyouths (juːðz)

the quality or condition of being young, immature, or inexperiencedhis youth told against him in the contest

the period between childhood and maturity, esp adolescence and early adulthood

the freshness, vigour, or vitality characteristic of young peopleyouth shone out from her face

any period of early developmentthe project was in its youth

a young person, esp a young man or boy

young people collectivelyyouth everywhere is rising in revolt

Derived forms of youth

youthless, adjective

Word Origin for youth

Old English geogoth; related to Old Frisian jogethe, Old High German iugund, Gothic junda, Latin juventus

British Dictionary definitions for youth (2 of 2)


noun

Isle of Youthan island in the NW Caribbean, south of Cuba: administratively part of Cuba from 1925. Chief town: Nueva Gerona. Pop: 80 600 (2002 est). Area: 3061 sq km (1182 sq miles)Former name: Isle of Pines Spanish name: Isla de la Juventud (ˈizla ðe la xuβenˈtuð)

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youth development synonym | English Thesaurus


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youth

  

1  adolescence, boyhood, early life, girlhood, immaturity, juvenescence, salad days, young days  

2  adolescent, boy, kid    (informal)  lad, shaveling    (archaic)  stripling, teenager, young man, young shaver    (informal)  youngster  

3  teenagers, the rising generation, the young, younger generation, young people  
  
Antonyms    
  

1  adulthood, age, later life, manhood, maturity, old age, womanhood  

2  adult, grown-up, OAP, pensioner, senior citizen  

3  the aged, the elderly, the old  



  • scrum  n. An agile management process for software development

    Don't translate it, but use it as technical term

  • buff  adj. in youth slang, means attractive or well-toned Somebody who is buff has an attractive body, they look ‘fit’.
  • skit  adj. commonly used by youth in London, synonym of whore or slag

    Slang; a very rude word

  • scally  n. A scally is a working class youth who wears designer sports clothes as a status symbol

    Colloquial Very similar to a chav (but chavs are more extreme in their appearance than scallies)

  • UNICEF  n. United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund works for children's rights, their survival, development and protection, guided by the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF provides long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries.

    UNICEF is one of the members of the United Nations Development Group and its Executive Committee. Donate to help UNICEF meet the urgent needs of children. unicef.org en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UNICEF


 

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A little. My excitement grew every second. I sank lower and mentally was already unbuttoning my wife's robe.

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And will you go rowdy. - Yes, I will take you by the legs and I will fight you. - I like how you are able to invent all kinds of crap.

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I won't, I promise. - OK, we will see. If anything, you will immediately go to sleep with yourself. In turn, we visited the bathroom, and pressing myself against my mothers warm side, I dozed off, hearing at last how she quietly asked herself, I wonder if this.

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Olya was unable to defeat this love; at first she stayed overnight at Marina, and. Then moved to her at all at the request of her mistress. And this led first to a scandal, and then to a break with his parents; then she was fired from her job - Olya believed that.

It could not do without parents there; and Marina was not there.



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