callow might look and play the buffoonish lush on screen, but he began on the great stage and continues to act and direct.
This is clearly not a boast; it seems, rather, a shamed admission of petty, callow cruelty.
Merritt Wever is adorable and believable as Zoey, a nervous first-year nursing student so callow she has bunnies on her smock.
The last thing we should do is help the callow—and dangerous—Kim continue his rule.
At any given time, pleasant but callow books rule the day and most certainly the bestseller lists.
Her age was the favorite theme of the callow witling, her cause a never-failing subject for reproach and abuse.
Culpepper sprang, a flash of green, straight at the callow boy.
It is known as callow's, and is peculiarly adapted to ringing several bells from one attachment, etc.
The 87 Medium, who is at first indifferent, finally warns her callow child.
In his callow youth his relations to the other sex had been either childish, morbid, or immoral.
Old English calu "bare, bald," probably from West Germanic *kalwaz (cf. Middle Dutch calu, Dutch kaal, Old High German kalo, German Kahl), perhaps from Latin or Celtic. From young birds with no feathers, meaning extended to any young inexperienced thing or creature (1570s). Apparently not from Latin calvus "bald."