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  • verb Present participle of youthen.

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Examples

  • With the "youthening" of the applicant pool, quality work experience becomes even more important.

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  • Counting subtle "youthening" shots involving Cate Blanchett, there are about 1,200 visual effects in the film.

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  • And obviously either aging or youthening of the population will show up as decreased particptaon in the workforce – and our population is aging.

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  • He and Chameleon have a second youth to spend-all so they could serve as an example to those who needed to think of youthening to similar ages.

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  • He and Chameleon have a second youth to spend-all so they could serve as an example to those who needed to think of youthening to similar ages.

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  • Gloha had not yet gotten used to his youth and vigor; she would hardly have recognized him if she hadn't known about the youthening.

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  • I tried to call out something to him, but my youthening prevented me from making much sense, even to myself.

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  • Perhaps even trace youthening would confuse it, so it would leave us alone.

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  • But of course youthening wouldn't do her any good; it was her whole life that was blah, not just her physical age.

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  • But of course youthening wouldn't do her any good; it was her whole life that was blah, not just her physical age.

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