immaturely


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im·ma·ture

 (ĭm′ə-tyo͝or′, -cho͝or′, -to͝or′)
adj.
1. Not fully grown or developed: an immature plant.
2. Marked by or suggesting a lack of normal maturity: silly, immature behavior. See Synonyms at young.
n.
An immature animal; a juvenile.

[Latin immātūrus : in-, not; see in-1 + mātūrus, mature; see mā- in Indo-European roots.]

im′ma·ture′ly adv.
im′ma·tur′i·ty, im′ma·ture′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.immaturely - in an immature manner; "his teenage son still behaves very immaturely"
maturely - in a mature manner; "she acts very maturely for her age"
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immaturely

adv react, behaveunreif
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Immaturely loveth the youth, and immaturely also hateth he man and earth.
Awan said the Opposition had acted immaturely during NA session proceedings and did not even bother to listen to the Federal Budget 2019-20 patiently.
While some highlights were commendable from the budget, the discontent from fellow assembly members was understandable, save for the way they immaturely demonstrated that dissatisfaction by tearing up budget copies.
Vinolia added that allergies are usually common among children below the age of five due to an immaturely developed immune system.
Pakistan will not behave immaturely like India, but surely there will be consensus decisions made by Parliament and NCA.
A TEENAGER caught ignoring his driving ban on the M62 to do his friend a favour acted 'immaturely and impulsively', a court heard.
She said: "I can't let myself act immaturely. I should always be grateful to be out on the court."
How people behave so immaturely when you have other responsibilities beggars belief."
The speakers urged the government to devise a mechanism for putting a check on the practice of recklessly and immaturely issuing decrees, particularly those decrees which are related to some serious issues, such as the Finality of Prophethood.
First, if one shares what seems to be the bureaucracy's general disdain for Trump's governing passions, such as they are, then one should probably be grateful that he pursues them immaturely. His doing so has facilitated much of the bureaucratic pushback.
In his defence, Paul Cleasby said Evans had little experience of relationship break-ups and dealt with it immaturely.
Reaction to Trump and Acosta's spat online was mixed, and both president and reporter were accused of acting immaturely.