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youth

(yo͞oth)
n. pl. youths (yo͞oths, yo͞othz)
1.
a. The condition or quality of being young: Travel while you still have your youth.
b. The time of life between childhood and maturity: He was rebellious in his youth.
c. An early period of development or existence: a nation in its youth.
2.
a. A young person, especially a young male in late adolescence.
b. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) Young people considered as a group.
3. Geology The first stage in the erosion cycle.

youth

Adolescence Vox populi
1. A nebulously defined period of development between puberty and maturity.
2. A young person.

youth

(ūth)
The period between childhood and maturity.

Patient discussion about youth

Q. what type of cancer is the most common one for youth?

A. this is an educated guess, but i don't have the paper work to prove it, but i think acute leukemia. i know that it's incidence increased since the 70's. (although decreasing in the 90's..)

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I heard the second-named cast on May 12, and found the singing on the whole to be vivaciously, youthfully Mozartean.
It was written with an enthusiasm that I still think was justified, and I still believe that what I had to say about the film was correct, but the tone and the number of literary and philosophical references seem youthfully excessive.
He's been chatting to devoted fans outside his home in Portugal, telling them how, at 75, he refuses to give into age by dressing youthfully (?
Ron Smith, Materials Engineering Business Owner: "I wanted to look more youthful and behave more youthfully.
Friday night brings a youthfully dynamic double bill, pairing what is essentially two country-based duos - Nashville's Striking Matches with the UK's own Ward Thomas.
I would never surgically alter my body," I declared at age 19, in that youthfully ignorant way of someone whose curves and facial features still effortlessly defied gravity.
After the radiant star sang youthfully during her 2014 SAG Life Achievement Award speech, that seems like a lifetime away.
According to the brand, "with continued use, your skin appears youthfully tightened and looks more visibly sculpted.
proud to have written them at such a young age--even though some of them strike me as rather outrageous now, outrageous in a youthfully flamboyant way.
Joan, who tells the Rosenbachs her name is Janet, is endearingly imperfect and youthfully naive.
Pretty much living youthfully, playing rock n'roll and having fun for as long as you can.
The first, demonstrably restorative--Conrad's father died but five years after his mother, leaving Conrad orphaned by the age of twelve--requires the restoration of the youthfully innocent (parental) couple to their rightful seat of power.