Examples of lad in a Sentence
Life was hard when I was a lad.
Well, lad, I hope you won't make the same mistake again!
He's a good lad at heart.
They can't treat us like that, can they, lads?!
Recent Examples of lad from the Web
What followed was a Twitter game in which women described themselves in the type of breathless terms made popular by lad lit tradition.
His behavior is that of a sensitive, gifted lad who’s used to being the smartest boy in the kingdom, which also makes him its most misunderstood.
Aphrodite bribing the lad with the gift of the mortal Helen, queen of Sparta, which of course was the infamous case of human trafficking that started the Trojan War.
January 2017: Two of the Guys Become Dog Dads While taking a break from music, a couple of the 5SOS lads decided to become dog parents.
That lad with the strange accent descending the gangplank in New York just might be the one who discovers our next Northwest Passage.
Within that period, the lads stormed to 18 No. 1s and claimed a dozen additional top 10s.
Little Enrique Esparza, a lad of but eight years who is the son of Texas trooper Gregorio Esparza, told of his family's move into the Alamo.
These things are never best said in the moment, but if that’s not the defensive play of the year then some young lad is going to have the highlight of a lifetime.
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Origin and Etymology of lad
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
LAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lad for English Language Learners
: a boy or young man
: a man with whom you are friendly
LAD Defined for Kids
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