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
That included playing with them often as youngsters, and later at times attending their practices at OU, where James’ older sister Carolyn played basketball and competed in track and younger sister Rebecca rowed.
There will be no planetarium dances here, no John Legend, no bright-eyed youngsters looking to follow their dreams.
Slavin, who is active in Boy Scouts and has helped coach youngsters in Yorkville's youth tackle football and Special Olympics programs, is taking the next step in his volunteer efforts.
The story follows youngsters in a small town in Maine where other children begin to disappear.
Having cubs at the same time means that mother lions can rely on each other to nurse, babysit, and protect the youngsters.
This duel will be interesting to watch with experience playing a part as a veteran comes up against a youngster in a key area of the pitch.
Facebook tends to pay much closer attention when a startup attracts large numbers of youngsters by offering a social experience substantially different from its own.
The youngster, who had recently lost his mother, was invited to take part in pre-race activities with Junior’s team.
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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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