Examples of youngster in a Sentence
As a youngster, he was very shy.
bright-eyed youngsters interested in learning
Recent Examples of youngster from the Web
Washington also has Quinton Dunbar and Fabian Moreau, another youngster who didn't play much as a rookie in 2017, returning at cornerback with Holsey.
And a degree is an obvious way for bright youngsters from poor families to prove their abilities.
The hosts retook the lead through Henry, and sealed the points with seven minutes to go, as former Toffees youngster Francis Jeffers got himself on the scoresheet.
But the country’s health ministry says the ban on e-cigarettes (and shisha, and chewing tobacco) will stop youngsters from getting acquainted with nicotine in the first place.
In 2010 the family moved to South Lake Tahoe in large part so their youngsters, Sarah and Alec, could pursue their passion for ski racing, eventually competing as Junior Olympians.
In addition, the researchers say, routine health care providers should include early screening and intervention to help prevent substance abuse among ADHD youngsters.
Schmetzer liked what his youngsters showed on the first two goals.
After six weeks of research and construction, elementary and middle school youngsters proudly will display their model Mars rovers on Saturday at the University of Houston.
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First Known Use of youngster
Synonymsbairn [chiefly Scottish], bambino, bud, chap [Southern & Midland], chick, cub, juvenile, kid, kiddie (also kiddy), kiddo, moppet, sprat, sprout, squirt, whelp, youngling, child, youth
Related Wordsadolescent, minor; kindergartner (also kindergartener), preschooler, rug rat [slang], schoolboy, schoolchild, schoolgirl, schoolkid; babe, baby, bantling, infant, neonate, nestling, newborn, toddler, tot, tyke (also tike), weanling; brat, devil, hellion, imp, jackanapes, mischief, monkey, rapscallion, rascal, rogue, urchin, whippersnapper; cherub; preteen, preteen-ager, subteen, teen, teenager, teener, teenybopper, tween; lad, nipper, shaver, stripling, tad; bobby-soxer, hoyden, tomboy
Near Antonymsmiddle-ager; ancient, elder, golden-ager, oldster, old-timer, senior, senior citizen
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