Examples of childhood in a Sentence
diseases that can occur in childhood
Both men had unhappy childhoods.
Recent Examples of childhood from the Web
Erin Popovich was a close childhood friend of McDermott’s daughter, Betsy Gwin, while growing up in Colorado Springs.
Fredericks and his childhood friend Calel Crofford grew up together on the island of St. Thomas, in the U.S.Virgin Islands, according to federal court filings.
Rich could have turned out like many of his childhood friends, apprenticing at a factory after middle school.
Falmagne is also the guardian of Bruno Fernando, a childhood friend of De Sousa's from Angola who played for Maryland last season after originally committing to SMU when Brown was coach there.
The dog-friendly brewery specializes in Belgian-style beers and is run by childhood friends Dan Wade and Josh Patton.
The group was a hit on the gospel circuit, but numerous record labels could not cross the group over to the pop charts and emulate the success of the family’s childhood friends, including Sam Cooke, Lou Rawls and Aretha Franklin.
The group includes the wealthy son of a childhood friend of the Russian president and a billionaire who married his daughter.
McIlroy, with his childhood friend Harry Diamond on his bag, came into the Masters comfortable and relaxed.
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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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