young person, youth, younker, spring chicken(noun)
a young person (especially a young man or boy)
young people collectively
"rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
the time of life between childhood and maturity
early maturity; the state of being young or immature or inexperienced
youth, early days(noun)
an early period of development
"during the youth of the project"
youth, youthfulness, juvenility(noun)
the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
The quality or state of being young.
Her youth and beauty is what attracted him to her.
A young man
(used in plural form) Young persons, collectively.
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We have long advocated that any group that normalizes or encourages teen sexual activity should not have access to students, that applies to( Planned Parenthood) and other groups, so this new revelation does not change our stance. ( But) it strengthened our antipathy to their fitness as role models for our youth. Regardless of one’s stance on abortion, this footage creates a visceral reaction to our sensibilities and humanity.
When I see you, I think about my own youth because I wasn't that different from you -- probably not as articulate and maybe more of a goof-off, but the main difference was I lived in a more forgiving environment. but what I also want to say to you is that you're really important to the future of this country.
Once you get more jobs in the cities and with the youth, then you have a faster perception that everyone is sharing equitably, we have the policies now, we have the programs, we have the financing. It's the implementation we really have to concentrate on.
The first-ever live broadcast of an Olympics. As the entire world watched, the final runner entered the National Stadium, Olympic torch in hand, it was a 19-year-old youth from Hiroshima, born on the day the atomic bomb fell, and his dynamic running showed that our nation had fully recovered from being flattened by bombings and, full of confidence and pride, proclaimed to the world Japan was embarking on an era of rapid growth.
There is a bit of sense perhaps that we are now starting to see the consequences of the reduction in police funding, perhaps also funding for youth activities, many of which have gone as a result of austerity, youth provision is very, very thin now. There used to be quite a big program of activity with organizations providing clubs and youth activities -- that's now largely gone.
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