And that was the soul, very active in adolescence—like everything else.
And Shipka is especially skilled at conveying the confusion, awkwardness, and anger of adolescence.
Early lying proficiency may also be linked with good social skills in adolescence.
It only takes one really painful moment in your adolescence to stay with you forever.
The strains of adolescence have rarely been summed up so succinctly.
In adolescence the processes of destruction are quick and sudden.
adolescence, the Gymnasium or Latin school, from twelve to eighteen.
They did, and he was converted at an early age before the tide of adolescence set in.
She felt she wanted to examine this record of her adolescence.
After adolescence I think there can be no doubt that masturbation is more common in women than in men.
"age following childhood" (especially the period from the 15th to the 21st year), early 15c., from Middle French adolescence (14c.), from Latin adolescentia "youth," noun of state from adolescentem (see adolescent).
adolescence ad·o·les·cence (ād'l-ěs'əns)
The period of physical and psychological development from the onset of puberty to complete growth and maturity.