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
Madrid is focusing its money on youngsters to try to build a base for the future.
He and Lenz said the dual rear wheel bikes are also good for autistic children or anyone with balance problems, or for youngsters who just want to horse around.
The most interesting part of the contract is the release clause that has been placed on the youngster.
For youngsters, there’s a full kids’ park, with a rock wall, a jungle gym and inflatables.
Lofven said the resolution also for the first time makes the point that the needs and vulnerabilities of girls and boys are different and stresses that access for all youngsters to education and physical and mental health care is essential.
First on the agenda for the dozen youngsters was to travel outside to gather items to make a picture of their favorite animal, which the campers would fashion out of their finds.
Immunizations will be provided to school-age children for $21.90 each for uninsured or underinsured youngsters.
Legoland in Carlsbad unveiled its latest ride for youngsters called Lego City Deep Sea Adventure Submarine Ride.
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Definition of youngster for English Language Learners
: a young person
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