- adj. three years of age
“This time around, I’ve got another slew of deadlines, plus a highly effective stress producer known as a three-year-old.”
“You might come out of a dance looking and acting like a three-year-old, N!”
“She had then proceeded to tell us the terrible news—that our 26-year-old daughter was dead, along with her 26-year-old husband and their three-year-old son.”
“Along with Sveta and his three-year-old son Ilya, he moved to Moscow.”
“Any parent might feel a little twinge of anxiety if she arrives to pick up her three-year-old son at day care and finds him standing off by himself while the others are happily building blocks together.”
“By the time she is in seventh grade, a rowdy three-year-old will not look different from other children, even though many teachers assume that the unruly preschooler is throwing up a red flag.”
“I was certain it was a headhunter calling to fill the position she knew my three-year-old could do so perfectly: CEO of a Fortune 500 company.”
“They had a three-year-old, so I figured Quin and I were in good hands.”
“Julie Sharp is currently a Personal Assistant to her three-year-old son, PJ, sixteen-month-old daughter, Analeigh, and husband, Grant.”
“Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse are understood to have entered into talks about buying the stake, which, if sold for the target price, would value the three-year-old company at £175m.”
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