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 pulsing gallery ringing the first tee on Sunday when Woods teed off alongside Whee Kim and J.B. Holmes included dozens of youngsters who weren’t born when Woods last won a major, at the 2008 United States Open.
From the wallpaper to the headboard, his bedroom was decorated with the youngster’s favorite baseball team: The New York Yankees.
Part of the proceeds will help fund a second year of the program with another set of youngsters.
The only notable star in this low-budget thriller is Gabrielle Union, who plays a mother with two youngsters whose nest is invaded by bad guys.
Hundreds of youngsters who played sports at the Taylor Creek Youth Organization complex in Whitewater Township may have been exposed to lead and arsenic, officials announced Monday.
But Markle reportedly has another reason for filling her bridal party with youngsters.
The DE group, which includes veterans Andre Branch and William Hayes, who can play DT, along with youngster Charles Harris, is solid.
Not to mention starters such as Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn Jr. in the room along with a handful of youngsters fighting for roster spots.
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Definition of youngster for English Language Learners
: a young person
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