American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A young person; a child or youth.
- n. A young animal.
- n. A member of the second-year class in the U.S. Naval Academy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A young person; a lad: sometimes applied also to young animals, especially horses.
- n. A junior officer in a company, battery, or troop.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. colloq. A young person; a youngling; a lad.
- n. a young person of either sex
- Derived from young + -ster. (Wiktionary)
“` ` CORALINE '' (July 21): The title youngster (voiced by Dakota Fanning) enters a parallel world, which isn't as ideal as it first seems, in this animated feature from director Henry Selick (` ` The Nightmare Before Christmas '').”
“Skip is quick to dismiss rumours of an ongoing feud between the actor and his daughter, following Baldwin's infamous 2007 answer machine message in which he called the youngster "a thoughtless little pig.”
“Skip is quick to dismiss rumors of an ongoing feud between the actor and his daughter, following Baldwin's infamous 2007 answer machine message in which he called the youngster "a thoughtless little pig.”
“He also refers to Baldwin's 2007 scandal over a leaked phone message to his 11-year-old daughter Ireland - in which he called the youngster a "thoughtless little pig" - insisting the incident may have effected 30 Rock's ratings.”
“No cherub-faced youngster is going to be able to command the respect of the Son of Odin, Iron Man, and the Son of Zeus!! mia”
“When the youngster is ready to hunt, they'll ask to accompany you; meanwhile, enjoy shooting together.”
“I realize every youngster is an individual, but I'd guess by age 14-16, you'll have a new hunting companion.”
“Just the knowing that another youngster is getting an early start in his life in the woods is thanks enough for me.”
“While thousands of matric pupils began their exams this week, a Phoenix youngster is locked in a battle with the KwaZulu Natal Department of Education after an administrative bungle resulted in him being allowed to write only five of his seven final …”
““I would be sure that the youngster is of an age and of durability to be able to sustain itself over this period of time,” said Mrs. Feinstein, who disclosed that she was offering the advice as a mother and grandmother.”
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Nouns that end in "ster". The -er suffix (as in blaster) doesn't count.
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newborn, bundle of joy, neonate, babe, nursling - A newborn infant, especially one less than four weeks old
cherub, baby, little one, infant, tot, yearling, babe in arms, papoose - a very you...
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