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  • adj. superlative form of young: most young.
  • adj. Most recently begun or formed.


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  • But my youngest is a picky reader, in much the same way that he's a picky eater, and he had lost most of his interest in recreational reading until we gave him Jim's books a couple months ago.

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  • Peter and Lois have three kids - the youngest is a brilliant, sadistic baby bent on killing his mother and world domination.

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  • I served in Vietnam, My sons served in Desert Storm and my youngest is a U.S. Marine.

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  • My oldest graduated from Kentridge High School last year and my youngest is a Senior at Kentridge High School.

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  • I think my youngest is about to start spouting Shakespeare sonnets if her disrupted sleep is anything to go by.

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  • “I am the youngest in my own family, and I think, to a large extent, the youngest is almost always without blame, because the show was already going when we get there.”

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  • And yet, "said the apple-woman," I have three boys of my own at home; one of them must be nearly a man by this time, and the youngest is about as old as you are.

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  • My youngest is taking summer gym to get a headstart on his freshman year of high school.

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