Examples of infantile in a Sentence
the infantile humor that teenage boys are justly famous for
Recent Examples of infantile from the Web
Charlie was born in August with a rare genetic condition called infantile onset encephalomyopathic mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, or MDDS, according to court records.
Calvin had infantile nephrotic syndrome as a result of a new mutation on his WT1 gene, a mutation that was not carried by either parent.
This insults all of us, suggesting that personhood for women lies in some fantasy infantile state: never a child, never an adult.
The Boss Baby *** Who needs a movie about a tyrannical infant - or an infantile tyrant?
At first, that setting might sound infantile for the adult machinations of Shakespeare’s play, but give it a moment, and the anachronisms of this mash-up start to feel oddly appropriate.
Yes, the insults and name calling are straight out of a playbook that a high school sophomore would find infantile.
Their wonky, almost infantile look was at odds with the forceful statement made by Smoke .
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First Known Use of infantile
INFANTILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of infantile for English Language Learners
: annoying and childish : very silly in a way that is not appropriate or polite
medical : affecting babies or very young children
INFANTILE Defined for Kids
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