from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A male child; a boy; a son.
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- n. Alternative spelling of man child.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A male child.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a child who is male
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Cruz, whom Detroit catcher Alex Avila called a "man-child," is the Rangers' No. 7-hitting sensation -- no, really, he bats seventh -- whose major league success was born in the visiting batting cage at Triple-A Albuquerque's Isotope Park, a makeshift laboratory where Rangers coaches learned to unleash Cruz's late-arriving nuclear power.
“How much can you get for a 30+ year old man-child on e-bay?” it all depends. are you flexible on selling him for parts? into the thai sex trade?
How much can you get for a 30+ year old man-child on e-bay?
As he rounded first base after the second shot, Mr. Cogan noticed the average-sized first baseman staring with awe at the man-child who was already nearly 6 ½ feet tall and more than 250 pounds.
But even if we accept the idea of Hauser as innocent man-child, I think it might have underscored and emphasized his innocence if the world that encompassed him was more representational.
A petulant man-child with scrunched fists, no sense of natural rhythm and his vision permanently obscured by a single greasy dreadlock.
A woman marries a wild guy (Ferrell), buttires of his man-child ways after they have kids, divorces him, and marries a bland but stable spouse (Helms).
Will Ferrell playing another man-child and Ed Helms playing against type as an uptight Baxter*.
In a New York Times article about the upcoming remake of the movie "Arthur," the original film's producer was asked about the ridiculous conclusion, where the spoiled man-child millionaire gets to keep both his inheritance and his true love.
His cheeky, man-child grin suggested he'd heard this query before.