Synonym: jejune, juvenile, puerile, stripling, teen, teenage, teenaged, teenager. Similar words: descend, acquiescence, scent, scene, scenario, telescope, no less than, cholesterol. Meaning: [‚ædə'lesnt] n. a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity. adj. 1. relating to or peculiar to or suggestive of an adolescent 2. being of the age 13 through 19 3. displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity 4. in the state of development between puberty and maturity.
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1, The adolescent period is one's best time.
2, He's got that bit of adolescent fuzz on his upper lip.
3, He looked uncomfortable, like a self-conscious adolescent who's gone to the wrong party.
4, It is important that an adolescent boy should have an adult in whom he can confide.
5, She's every adolescent schoolboy's dream.
6, The adolescent life is most important.
7, A little adolescent rebellion is commonly believed to be healthy.
8, He eventually outgrew his adolescent interest in war and guns.
9, Adolescent boys are radically different from adolescent girls.
10, Jake was fourteen and suffering from adolescent melancholy.
11, Oddly,(http://sentencedict.com/adolescent.html) Courtney became a difficult young adolescent.
12, He saw the unique characteristics of adolescent thought and personality as a normal outgrowth of development.
13, But the officers also found adolescent girls lodged in hostels with adult men and children living without adults to care for them.
14, Someday, even adolescent males may tire of the cheap thrills it provides, but that day has yet to come.
15, Everyone gets hysterical the moment an adolescent or a woman announces the desire to be free.
16, Even more foolishly, the besotted adolescent attempted to extend the relationship, and chased Byron to Geneva.
17, Of 225 new patients attending our adolescent gynaecology clinic in 1992, 167 presented with menstrual disturbances.
18, Adolescent thought initially is idealistic-logical, and often it is manifest in criticism of society and an elaboration of ideal worlds.
19, As an adolescent, Bennett Lang relishes word math problems but is stumped by the things people say.
20, The adolescent uses the peer group to evaluate the perspectives of others, while developing his or her own values and attitudes.
21, The council was hoping to turn a children's home into a residence for adolescent girls.
22, He was showing off, as is the way with adolescent boys.
23, I remember the boy rose once to go to the bathroom, his thin, adolescent frame weaving in pain.
24, John changed from a friendly and cheerful young boy into a confused adolescent.
25, But none, I assure you, of an age or inclination to elope with an adolescent foreigner!
26, The use of brute force for righteous ends appeals strongly to rap's adolescent male following, of course.
27, Only a few years, and Roth will have to cope with Big Mac's adolescent mood swings.
28, Since 1982 biennial national surveys conducted by the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys have provided valuable information on adolescent smoking behaviour.
29, It was in the locker room that he felt most vulnerable to the aggressive behavior of the other early adolescent boys.
30, This case also illustrates the difficulties which can be encountered in carrying out treatment with adolescent self-poisoners.
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