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A living being that is young, especially a young person.


a. a young person, animal, or plant
b. (as modifier): a youngling brood.
[Old English geongling]


(ˈyʌŋ lɪŋ)

1. a young person.
2. anything young, as a young animal.
3. young; youthful.
[before 900]
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Younglings will be magically transported to a secret and ancient Jedi temple where they will face villains such as Darth Vader and the Seventh Sister Inquisitor from Star Wars Rebels, and discover if they have the makings of a true Jedi.
But the playful younglings are full of tricks, and they confuse their parents in an effort to stay up and play.
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We watched flocks of wild turkey, herds of deer (who ate the petunias and the peaches from the trees), counting the younglings each spring.
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The younglings of this modern age don't even know what real food is, much less how to grow or prepare it