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unripe or not fully developed.


(ĭm′ə-tyo͝or′, -cho͝or′, -to͝or′)
1. Not fully grown or developed: an immature plant.
2. Marked by or suggesting a lack of normal maturity: silly, immature behavior.
An immature animal; a juvenile.

im′ma·ture′ly adv.
im′ma·tur′i·ty, im′ma·ture′ness n.

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We can change forms of government, but any form will reflect still our political maturity or immaturity. As citizens, we can reflect on our own level of maturity by simple reviewing how we made our electoral choices.
Yet even though there's a direct link between inexperience, immaturity, and new ideas that eventually lead to success, we still think we have done young people a disservice by not forcing them to grow up sooner.
In order to clarify what we mean by "spiritual immaturity," consider what we would not see in the psychotherapist's office if something like the following regularly took place amongst Christ-followers:
"It was his first relationship, it was immaturity and anxiety."
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It was due to political immaturity, but it also had honesty," he said.
But he continued: "He can legitimately refer in mitigation to his age at the time of the offence, his immaturity and his absence of previous convictions.
Respondents also rated peer pressure (67%), immaturity (52%) and shortfalls in the learning process (45%) as being important risk factors.
A STUDY has revealed that men don't reach maturity or 'grow up' until they're 43 and it has helpfully produced a list of signs to help you spot the level of immaturity in your man.
If we can't convince these luvvies to respect us, maybe we should just try ridiculing them for their immaturity.
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His behaviour was borne out of immaturity rather than being predatory, Mr Brunt said.