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  • adj. Not having matured.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Immature.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not matured; not ripened.


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  • So i say put aside your hatred, your immatured, self centered ego and face reality because we cannot afford another four years of the republicans.

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  • Thanks to the immatured fools for their 'kind' words.

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  • He had not even the advantage of the average immatured youth, he had neither muscle nor physical bulk.

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  • And it is for us wholesome Canadians to quicken, as far as we may, the ethical forces that may most readily tend to assimilate the incoming millions as well as those already within the boilingpot of our immatured affiliations.

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  • Quick immatured thoughts which shot through him as he was led along, and he knew directly after that it was only fancy.

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  • That object, it is supposed, he meditated as early as the year 1474, though as yet it lay crude and immatured in his mind.

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  • Jesus seems to be immatured to think whole purpose of a tree is giving fruit

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  • He has proved to be an immatured son of an immatured father.

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  • A very immatured, unbalanced and investment - unfriendly cabinet with several untra - bigots inside. News

  • I hate everything about anyone who drives these things; most drivers are immatured, need to go back to driver's school and 9 / 10 if you find an accident it's due to them!



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