men-children


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men-chil·dren

(mĕn′chĭl′drən)
n.
Plural of man-child.
References in classic literature ?
There were three boys: Mary was not discontented that she brought forth men-children only; and when Fred wished to have a girl like her, she said, laughingly, "that would be too great a trial to your mother." Mrs.
Don't get me wrong, there were childish antics when I played, but the actions of West Brom star Rodriguez (below) reaffirmed my belief that the game is now full of men-children.
It will also feature many of the characters they have created, including lovelorn musical duo Mulligan and O'Hare, men-children Davey and Donald Stott, and leisurely gentlemen, Tom and Derek Fun.