Woman is passing through an awkward age now, and Dorothy Roden might be classed among those who are doing it gracefully.
When he had last seen her she was at the awkward age of thirteen.
Matilda was emphatically at what is called “an awkward age”; an age more awkward with some girls than with others.
Such a novel, if it existed, would be a counterpart to The awkward age.
Still she gives promise of being attractive when she has passed the awkward age.
It is not for nothing that The awkward age is as lonely as it seems to be in its kind.
Wise mothers say that their daughters must sooner or later pass through an awkward age.
She had large brown eyes and a long black plait, and was a graceful example of what was formerly called "the awkward age."
Mrs. Brookenham is of course the mother of the young heroine of The awkward age.
He was, indeed, at that awkward age when a well-grown boy is verging on manhood.