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
Local politicians running on police reform platforms have been winning elections, and initiatives that funnel financial assistance to low-income and minority youths have been launched in Castile's name.
Local politicians running on police reform platforms have been winning elections, and initiatives that funnel financial assistance to low-income and minority youths have been launched in Castile’s name.
Little Free Libraries seek to give children more opportunities to read, borrow and donate books to expand readership among youth.
Larry Graham, who started Athletes Performance Enhancement (APE) as a training ground for male and female youths to get stronger, decided this summer to ramp it up with a speed training program.
Injecting youth into the team will be on Lopetegui's mind, and Odriozola would be a great start to that recruitment drive.
The media is awash in stories of parents enrolling their children in Fortnite therapy sessions and temper tantrums by youths asked to curtail their Fortnite consumption.
The new royal couple met with more than 100 youths representing Commonwealth nations at a reception at Marlborough House, the former royal residence next to St. James's Palace that now serves as Commonwealth headquarters.
The Explorer program is open to youths ages 14 to 21, giving them experience with law enforcement training and preparation for careers in public safety, according to the Town of Bel Air website.
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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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