Examples of childhood in a Sentence
diseases that can occur in childhood
Both men had unhappy childhoods.
Recent Examples of childhood from the Web
As Halloween approaches, everyone on social media starts sharing some of their best nostalgic costumes from childhood on their feeds.
The artist told The Spaces that his interest in creating a hideaway from which to observe the outside world originated in childhood.
Some studies have linked high protein intake in early childhood to a risk of obesity later in life.
Tie: Corn These bright yellow English muffins aren't the easiest to find, but one taster remembered them vividly from her childhood.
According to the Daily Mail, Meghan and Harry are looking at properties in Oxfordshire, and hoping to settle down not too far from Highgrove House, the royal residence where Prince Harry spent much of his childhood following his mother's death.
Wirathu paint a picture of man who was stung in childhood by his father’s death and came under the sway of Myanmar’s military establishment.
Experts say that fluid intelligence, our raw ability to solve new problems, soars in childhood before starting — at only 20, for most of us — to gradually decline.
This year that includes Calumet City Fire Chief William Galgan, who was a childhood friend.
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First Known Use of childhood
before 12th century
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