youthly

youthly

(ˈjuːθlɪ)
adj
1. possessing the qualities or characteristics of youth
2. relating to or resembling youth, youthful
adv
in a youthful manner
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As for Ateukin and his lewd compeers, That soothed you in your sins and youthly pomp, Exile, torment, and punish such as they; For greater vipers never may be found Within a state than such aspiring heads, That reck not how they climb, so that they climb.
It is the only nurse and nourisher of sensual appetite and the sink which entertaineth all the filthy channels of vices and infecteth the mind with many mischiefs and the sole maintainer of youthly affections." (31) Arthur Dent's The Plain Mans Pathway to Heaven (1612) left his readers in no doubt that idleness had no place in the spiritual itinerary he was advocating.