she quit babysitting when she got tired of wrangling younglings who weren't even her own
Recent Examples on the WebSammy gave birth to the youngling after a 10-month pregnancy.
Joe Mario Pedersen, orlandosentinel.com, 16 Apr. 2021 His son, Jett, plays a youngling killed by Clone Troopers.
Darren Franich, EW.com, 3 Dec. 2019 And now, some super-responsible hunters (read with sarcasm) blamed a group of younglings for illegally killing nearly 60 doves during a hunt in Maverick County.
Jay R. Jordan, Houston Chronicle, 21 Oct. 2019 The offspring of National Zoo tiger Damai, the youngling is bidding adieu to his birthplace, and is en route to a new home at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California.
Ryan P. Smith, Smithsonian, 11 Sep. 2017 Balmy, albeit sloppy, conditions Monday meant even the younglings could partake in early efforts in the annual Pioneer Press Treasure Hunt.
Dave Orrick, Twin Cities, 23 Jan. 2017 The Crayola Story Studio Star Wars edition allows your youngling to put themselves in the boots of a true Jedi Padawan.
Dak, WIRED, 17 May 2012 There’s the blue one Anakin built for himself somewhere between giving his opinions on sand in Episode II and massacring a group of younglings in Episode III.
Joanna Robinson, VanityFair.com, 25 May 2017
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First Known Use of youngling
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above