tweenager


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tweenager

(ˈtwiːnˌeɪdʒə)
n
informal a child of approximately eight to fourteen years of age
[from (be)tween + (teen)ager]
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The blonde tweenager - who looks a lot like her mum Alex Gerrard, 35 - has done shoots for Boohoo and JD Sports, and her dad couldn't be prouder.
But everyone isn't so happy to see the new kid on the block, as he learns the streets of New York can rival any of the tougher streets across the country, and currently belong to Flint a ruthless tweenager.
For every gaggle of gals wearing matching Mrs Murs T-shirts, or damp-faced teenage girls or pockets of painfully stylish tweenager boys, there was an uncomfortable looking bloke who was trying hard not to look as though he was enjoying himself.
Miley's gyrations are disturbing - not least if you're the mother of a tweenager - but Sinead has a tad too much baggage of her own.
So the least you can do, if you happen to be in the body of an adult albeit with the apparent mind of a tantruming tweenager - is not to abuse your position.
Give his assault of ready-made new German words a read--frozen face syndrome, zen mail, patriotic investment, downshifting, toxic shares, Newropa, plamegate, tweenager, soft news, iPorn, rankism, lazy interactivity, modern patriotism, midisage, edge city, adult pop, debriefing, shockumentary, non-target, stealth politics, agenda setter--or consider his slide show of three-letter words: FBI, Gap, MIT, MTV, BMW.
SOUNDS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT (PG) Verdict: HOW do you engage the young tweenager audience with the dark days of 20th century European history?
An adventurous tweenager who uses his genius to invent gadgets to improve his daily life; 20 x 30 min.
Coronation Street Leanne reaches breaking point with Simon, and calls the police when the violent tweenager puts another kid in hospital.
It was slow and sporadic at first and caught us by surprise, but in 2015 we welcomed the arrival of our first tweenager.
Vogue, 28, takes a personal journey from her time as a Dublin tweenager with a Summer Bay lunchbox and a hopeless crush on Stevo Matheson to her current life as a Aussie celebrity intent on fulfilling her schoolgirl dreams and meeting her Summer Bay idols.
My own tweenager grinned, as a happy crowd filed home to bed, before they all had school in the morning.