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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.
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Adv.1.youthfully - in a youthful manner; "he is still youthfully enthusiastic"
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Translations
مُتَعَلِّق بجيل الشَّباب
mladistvě
fiatalosan
eins og unglingur
gençliğe yakışır bir şekilde

youthfully

advjugendlich; she leapt up youthfullysie sprang jugendlich frisch auf
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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.
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References in classic literature ?
Everyone sitting in this antechamber experienced the same feeling of respect and even fear when the enormously high study door opened and showed the figure of a rather small old man, with powdered wig, small withered hands, and bushy gray eyebrows which, when he frowned, sometimes hid the gleam of his shrewd, youthfully glittering eyes.
She was a lady of about fifty, I should think, youthfully dressed, and of a very fine complexion.
Kurtz,' he said, youthfully solemn and reproachful.
In the introduction to this volume, Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger assembles the traces of this preoccupation thereafter, through Chopin's youthfully dismissive descriptions of counterpoint pedagogues Luigi Cherubini and Anton Reicha (in a letter of 7 December 1831), to a written request to his friend Julian Fontana (sent mid-June 1841) that the treatises of Cherubini and Georges Kastner be sent from Paris to him in the village of Nohant, in central France, to the many contrapuntal passages that show up in late works such as the op.
I'm sad, resentful and burned out as if I was too tired and old to start over (I'm youthfully in my mid-forties).
"I was about sixteen, I think, when the film Amadeus came out," the youthfully apple-cheeked soprano recalls, "and I went by myself to a movie theatre in downtown London"--she was living slightly north of there, in Lucan--"and watched it and was fascinated.
In some respects, indeed, their rendition feels more old-fashioned than Safran's: it emphasises the fatherly anxieties of Tom, played here by the youthfully handsome Jai Courtney, and lessens the importance of Fingerbone, portrayed by Trevor Jamieson as a middle-aged, relatively self-effacing figure with none of the rebellious aura of Gulpilil (whose Fingerbone's red jumper recalls the red jacket worn by James Dean's Jim in Rebel Without a Cause, Nicholas Ray, 1955).
Available from: Fourteen Drops, The Stack, Newcastle, www.fourteendrops.com, 07792 253364 Chateauneuf-du-Pape Blanc Clos de L'Oratoire Rhone, PS32, or PS28 as part of a mix of six Kelvyn says: "A wine that is at once richly powerful and youthfully fresh.
The other objectives included that the guide was to have a long shelf-life, be good to showcase even when not in use, and have a youthfully vibrant look and feel.
His rhythm - here and there spiced with a sharp accent - is marvellous and his self-confidence thrilling (the youthfully rowdy return of the subject in the 3rd movement of the 15th concerto).
The family made for a somewhat incongruous and yet fittingly cozy trio: a mother, heavyset with wisps of golden brown hair escaping a sloppy ponytail; a father, lean but solid, treelike, with long arms and large hands wrapped over the women's; and a daughter, blessed with the best of her parents' physical attributes, youthfully pretty and trendily dressed.
The hypo-allergenic formulation will add and retain moisture deep in the skin, making it smoother and youthfully more plump.