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  • noun Plural form of youngblood.

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Examples

  • Founded in 2008, these youngbloods evoke a luxury of time.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume 201

  • AnnualsNorth Carolina alt sextette Annuals comprises a Raleigh and Chapel Hill collective of youngbloods.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume 202

  • It was an ill-assorted gang he had joined: high-spirited youngbloods like Cornelius Cethegus, out for a fight; aging and dissolute noblemen like Marcus Laeca and Autronius Paetus, whose public careers had been frustrated by their private vices; mutinous ex-soldiers led by rabble-rousers like Gaius Manlius, who had been a centurion under Sulla.

    CONSPIRATA

  • Nowadays nearly 40 rather than menacing youngbloods, there are no creaks as members spray the audience with champagne, and crouch in the darkness before leaping up together like hip-hop superheroes.

    Wu-Tang Clan

  • No wonder smart youngbloods like Rep. Harold Ford Jr. think you're out of touch.

    Dems In The Dumps

  • Apparently, some youngbloods from Moscow are trying to establish themselves.

    Malice

  • As the wee hours of the morning arrived, some of us older people left for home, while some of us went out with the youngbloods to go singing.

    notes from the peanut gallery

  • As the wee hours of the morning arrived, some of us older people left for home, while some of us went out with the youngbloods to go singing.

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  • Though he felt a need to blurt out news of their engagement whenever he saw Francesca dancing and flirting with all of the youngbloods who constantly seemed to be surrounding her, Bryce held his tongue, taking comfort in the knowledge that, in the end, she would belong to him.

    A PROPER AFFAIR

  • "Me and Shane-Dawg, two youngbloods, are runnin' this town, ownin' this team, and chasin' down our goddamn dreams," Kenny announces with glee.

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