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
The sole exception to this rule appears to be any youngster whose life has been ruined, body violated, and soul raped by one of the Pope’s own right-hand men.
Family holidays like Fourth of July, Father’s Day and Christmas can be full of unanswered questions, anger and hurt for youngsters without dads in their lives.
The organization ran camps and other activities for special needs youngsters in Harford and Cecil counties, but abruptly closed in early 2016.
Stories, songs and fun will be shared by youngsters and the residents of Mather Place of Wilmette, during an Intergenerational Storytime, 10:30-11 a.m. June 7 at 2801 Old Glenview Road, Wilmette.
The riotous hoots of nearby youngsters threatened to drown out his comments, but Mark Lee was unfazed.
Youngsters can participate in face-painting, visit the petting zoo and take pony rides.
Beginning this week, youngsters can enjoy a variety ranging from baseball to tennis.
When presented with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity during their Capitol tour to take a picture with Paul Ryan, though, a whole lot of these patriotic youngsters responded by basically telling the sitting Speaker of the House to shove it.
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Definition of youngster for English Language Learners
: a young person
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