Examples of childhood in a Sentence
diseases that can occur in childhood
Both men had unhappy childhoods.
Recent Examples of childhood from the Web
In 2004, emergency physician Dr. Richard Garcia published an essay describing how his childhood friend Lela, who is black, was not diagnosed with cystic fibrosis — a disease usually detected in the first 6 months of life — until the age of 8.
But starting from early childhood, she was wracked with an all-consuming sense of worry and dread.
Who woulda' thought that everyone's hair nightmare from childhood could actually be so versatile?
Based on the Instagram photos, the wedding seems to have been for Gronk’s childhood friend, John Ticco.
Providing quality education, from early childhood to K-12 to post-secondary, is the single biggest challenge for our state.
Late last year, the Fort Lauderdale City Commission approved a plan to redevelop the iconic Bahia Mar resort purchased by Jimmy Tate and childhood friend Sergio Rok after the Great Recession.
Former Butler coach and Zionsville native Brad Stevens and Dwane Casey, who spent part of his childhood in Indianapolis, were two of the three finalists for Coach of the Year.
The menu is dotted with inspiration from Jupiter’s childhood, like the gumbo, which comes directly from his grandmother’s recipe box, truly food from the soul.
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CHILDHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of childhood for English Language Learners
: the period of time when a person is a child
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