youthfulness


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youth·ful

 (yo͞oth′fəl)
adj.
1. Characterized by youth; young: the youthful king.
2. Typical of or suggesting youth: youthful rebelliousness. See Synonyms at young.
3. In an early stage of development; new: a youthful nation.
4. Geology Young: a youthful streambed.

youth′ful·ly adv.
youth′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.youthfulness - the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
youngness - the opposite of oldness

youthfulness

noun
The time of life between childhood and maturity:
Translations
شَبابيَّه
mladistvost
ungdommelighed
fiatalosság
æska
gençliktazelik

youthfulness

[ˈjuːθfʊlnɪs] Njuventud f

youthfulness

[ˈjuːθfʊlnɪs] njeunesse fyouth hostel nauberge f de jeunesseyouth movement nmouvement m de jeunesseyouth worker néducateur/trice m/f

youthfulness

youthfulness

[ˈjuːθfʊlnɪs] ngiovinezza
youthfulness of appearance → aspetto giovanile

youth

(juːθ) plural youths (juːðz) noun
1. (the state of being in) the early part of life. Enjoy your youth!; He spent his youth in America.
2. a boy of fifteen to twenty years old approximately. He and two other youths were kicking a football about.
3. young people in general. Some people say that today's youth has/have no sense of responsibility.
ˈyouthful adjective
1. young. The boy looked very youthful.
2. energetic, active, young-looking etc. Exercise will keep you youthful.
3. of youth. youthful pleasures.
ˈyouthfully adverb
ˈyouthfulness noun
youth hostel a place for young people, especially hikers, on holiday, where cheap and simple accommodation is provided ( noun youth hosteller)
youth mentor noun
someone who gives guidance and is like a big sister/brother to a young person who has social problems or is retarded.
References in classic literature ?
asked Phoebe with less reserve; for, in spite of prejudice, her own youthfulness sprang forward to meet his.
I must say again that I heartily admire your gallantry and youthfulness.
As to any sense of inequality, or youthfulness, or other difficulty in our way, little Em'ly and I had no such trouble, because we had no future.
The air of completeness and superiority with which she walked at my side, and the air of youthfulness and submission with which I walked at hers, made a contrast that I strongly felt.
In an instant his sword glittered in his hand, and he sprang upon his adversary, whom, thanks to his great youthfulness, he hoped to intimidate.
You had no pity for that youthfulness, that beauty, that weakness?
The blood that ran so close to her fair skin might have been a preserving fluid rather than a ravaging element; yet her look of indestructible youthfulness made her seem neither hard nor dull, but only primitive and pure.
This man, whose costume was concealed by the crowd which surrounded him, did not appear to be more than five and thirty years of age; nevertheless, he was bald; he had merely a few tufts of thin, gray hair on his temples; his broad, high forehead had begun to be furrowed with wrinkles, but his deep-set eyes sparkled with extraordinary youthfulness, an ardent life, a profound passion.
He is fond of pleasure, consistently, I mean, with all his labors, thanks to the youthfulness he still retains; but this protracted youth will disappear at the approach of the first serious annoyance, or at the first illness he may experience.
This young man, of whom I spoke to you last summer, is so noble-minded and full of that real youthfulness which one seldom finds nowadays among our old men of twenty and, particularly, he is so frank and has so much heart.
But after the introduction, the conversation did not lead to any question about his family, and the startling apparition of youthfulness was forgotten by every one but Celia.
Janvier's apostolic countenance; and in the same fashion the elderly faces of the justice of the peace and the deputy-mayor brought out the youthfulness of the notary.