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- adj. comparative form of young: more young
- n. One who is younger than another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A young person; a disciple.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of the younger of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a son from his father
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Now, in America, the term younger poet is applied with chivalric liberality.
Molina the younger is a great receiver with a dynamite arm, and he enters his first full season at Peoria. ...
Getting his kicks: Special teams coordinator Dave Toub said Adam Podlesh was his No. 1 target all offseason and he's excited to get what he called a younger version of Brad Maynard.
Eichenbaum wants no part of it, and is dismayed by what he calls the younger generation's lack of respect for Reform Judaism's ideological heritage.
Our younger is Greta, whose name is hanging around down at 694, right about where it was when she was born.
In the early days of using email (circa 1993, in younger days in my own life), I responded to a spam advertising email with a string of profanities and suggestions of suicide for the spammer.
His international career – if it starts at all – will not last very long but those of us the wrong side of 40 whose hearts feel sick when someone 10 years younger is described as a "veteran" will hope Davies's tenacity serves England as well as it has served himself.
They were all of the Hansons in younger, fresher years, or at least of people who looked like them.
Of course not: the elder slaying the ambitions of the younger is perfectly permissible.
The study echoed earlier research that generally found lower breast-feeding rates in younger women, low-income women and those with less education.