Examples of youngster in a Sentence
As a youngster, he was very shy.
bright-eyed youngsters interested in learning
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Gerard Deulofeu has signed on a permanent deal, while Italian youngster Adam Masina and Spanish defender Marc Navarro have also joined the club.
The percentage of Florida youngsters deemed ready for kindergarten plummeted last year, thanks to a new test that tripped up many 5-year-olds.
Schools may be on a break for the summer, but the hunger inside youngsters doesn't know it's vacation time.
When the line tugs for the first time, youngsters get very excited, Gilbert said.
Sometimes, on his early-morning runs, youngsters used to jog behind him.
The team’s reserve goalkeepers at the World Cup were veteran Pepe Reina and youngster Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Many youngsters will enjoy taking part in gold panning instruction.
There are numerous swim meets in which youngsters can compete, but the level of excitement kicks up a notch when the Swim Fort Lauderdale International Classic takes place each summer.
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Definition of youngster for English Language Learners
: a young person
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