prepubertal


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pre·pu·ber·ty

 (prē-pyo͞o′bər-tē)
n.
The period of life immediately before puberty, often marked by accelerated physical growth.

pre·pu′ber·tal, pre·pu′ber·al (-bər-əl) adj.
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prepubertal

(priːˈpjuːbətəl) or

prepuberal

adj
(Biology) relating to prepuberty
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Adj.1.prepubertal - (especially of human beings) at the age immediately before puberty; often marked by accelerated growth
human, human being, man - any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage
immature - not yet mature
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prepubertal

adj prepuberal
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