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- n. the vitality characteristic of youth
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being youthful.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
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Surely that youthfulness translates into beauty on the outside.
But he was constantly aware that his youthfulness was a charade.
Except his so-called youthfulness, however, no such definite marks are to be found.
Part of me felt utterly insane, while another part kept gently chanting that this is Hollywood, where youth (or at least "youthfulness") reigns supreme.
Among the instances mentioned earlier in this chapter as symptoms of a greater 'youthfulness' prevailing in nature, and particularly in the element Fire, at a comparatively recent date, were the manifestations of the Divine-Spiritual World to man reported in the Bible as the event on Mount Sinai.
KIDS: Pirates were teen terrors of the seas ") only makes it that much more remakable that the salient fact of their youthfulness should be the call-out for Page One on this otherwise serviceable bit of A-B wire copy.
The 22-year-old, who previously collaborated with Flo Rida on 'Right Round', insisted that she is eager to bring more "youthfulness" to the industry.
I am celebrating the true body that is before birth and beyond old age by whisking tea in a bowl on whose inner surface Gempo Roshi wrote "youthfulness" and on whose exterior he wrote "old age."
"There is only one fact that I have ever reproached myself with in relation to my poor Tom," said Georgy, who, in talking to strangers of her first husband, was apt to impress them with the idea that she was talking of a favourite cat; "and that is, the youthfulness of the doctor Mr. Sheldon employed.
He gets punished but is given a chance to make amends that his youthfulness deserves.