puppyish

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pup·py·ish

 (pŭp′ē-ĭsh)
adj.
Resembling or characteristic of a puppy.
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Adj.1.puppyish - characteristic of a puppy
young, immature - (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"
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And he, for all his grey years and sage experience, behaved quite as puppyishly and even a little more foolishly.
Robin is puppyishly assisted by a new character, Miranda (Gwendoline Christie), whose height is a source of undisguised mirth among her male colleagues, and who views Robin as a crusading hero.
Franklin has always been a supporter of the puppyishly enthusiastic Rod Street, supremo and chief illusionist at Racing For Change, and Franklin's wise old head would immeasurably strengthen both RFC's effectiveness and credibility.