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  • adj. comparative form of callow: more callow


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  • In his younger and callower days he had sometimes been rash enough to scatter views on the reconstruction of plays broadcast, to find them gratefully absorbed and acted upon and treated as a friendly gift.

    Jill the Reckless

  • Wussy captures life in all its messy disappointments and tiny graces, while callower groups pursue Pitchfork plaudits to mask their paucity of ideas.

    The Clog


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