Examples of youth in a Sentence
She had a troubled youth.
He spent his youth in the Midwest.
He got into a lot of trouble in his youth.
a generation trying to recapture lost youth
when the industry was still in its youth
Four youths are suspected of starting the fire.
Recent Examples of youth from the Web
With the front exit blocked by the crash, panicked youths fled through smoke and flames toward the only other exit at the rear.
Unable to afford world class talent, most Bundesliga clubs look to invest in youth, resulting in a host of inexperienced young sides challenging a Bayern team complete with established world class internationals.
Police have said Anderson was standing behind one of the fighting youths.
This year’s victims have included five youths between ages 14 and 17.
Illinois suffered through the growing pains that come with youth.
With star goalkeeper Kent Emden at a training camp in California this weekend for the U.S. youth national team, Klein-Collins was up to the challenge.
The free skill-building workshops prepare youths ages 15 to 25 for job hunting.
The opening section proceeds through five generations of Hoels; three generations of another family, the Mas; and the entire youth of most of the other main characters.
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YOUTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of youth for English Language Learners
: the time of life when someone is young : the time when a young person has not yet become an adult
: the time when something is new and not yet established
: a teenage boy or young man
YOUTH Defined for Kids
Definition of youth for Students
- He spent his youth in Europe.
- an imaginative youth
- the youth of today
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