Examples of childhood in a Sentence
diseases that can occur in childhood
Both men had unhappy childhoods.
Recent Examples of childhood from the Web
Life on the streets in Baltimore was not the bastion of opportunity for young males trying just to survive a normal childhood.
This thoughtfully layered biography operates first as portrait of a contemporary woman artist — from an ordinary Long Island childhood to international acclaim.
The natural history curator, whose specialty was birds, had been curious about the natural world since childhood, and her fascination prepared her to make one of the greatest zoological discoveries of the early twentieth century.
Born out of wedlock and into a dismal childhood, she was admitted to the Royal Theatre in Stockholm as a voice student at the age of nine, and by her tween years was a renowned professional singer.
Despite the great terror, most of the children of the Old Bolsheviks had a happy childhood—or at least remembered it as such.
The portrait of a veiled woman with a fan in the sitting room is a copy of a painting by the 17th-century Spanish artist Diego Velásquez, an homage to Nicol’s childhood in Barcelona.
For many of the players, including Gilbert in the Atlanta area, a Boys and Girls Club was part of childhood, diving into Saturday’s event came naturally.
Since his 1996 debut album Infinite, Eminem has garnered fans across the globe for his success despite a rough childhood and lyrics that don’t hold back.
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First Known Use of childhood
before 12th century
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