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underage

adjective un·der·age \ˌən-dər-ˈāj\

: too young to do something legally

Full Definition of UNDERAGE

1
:  of less than mature or legal age
2
:  done by or involving underage persons <underage drinking>

Examples of UNDERAGE

  1. They were not allowed into the club because they were underage.

First Known Use of UNDERAGE

1561

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