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- n. The state or qualities of being young or youthful; youth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being young.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition of being young.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the opposite of oldness
You behave yourself, but keep them active, they need your "youngness" around them.
All this to the alien suggests something, a want of balance, a "youngness" perhaps.
Turn that whole idea of what "youngness" means on its head.
We chalked it up to comics keeping you young with their startling youngness.
“At my age, with all the vexations of youngness so far behind me!”
The collection, which was shown to the music of Stevie Nicks, he said, "had a little bit of hippie-ness and romance … and I think a youngness and a contemporary-ness," he added.
However, he'll soon be wiser, so we must not be too severe with him; though I told him, the last time, I had rather he would not ask me so often; which was being almost too sharp, I'm afraid, considering his youngness; for one can't expect him to be an old man at once. '
But he's got this newness and this youngness about him that I think appeals to Europeans as they look to see -- and they're very caught up in the election in the U.S. -- as they look to see, well, who's next?
I notice the youngness of feminist blogs in particular—it seems like issues affecting older women are routinely ignored.
Then the youth came away to the doorway, with a flush mounting on his face and a grimace distorting its youngness.