By comparing the Republicans, unfavorably, to his two children, he was dismissing their concerns as childish and unserious.
The official story Americans are given about how the law works is a childish fairytale.
Does he do what he promised to do in his inaugural address—demand an end to childish things?
The color palette was all sweet pastels, as delicate as Easter eggs but, miraculously, not childish.
Roger, of course, is always defined as childish, but to me it's about impulses: He is pure id on some levels.
It was childish of her to behave so spitefully, but what could he do except repay her in kind?
There was a singular combination of intelligence and childish simplicity developed by the Indians.
When I left him a short time ago, he looked unusually sad—for his childish mind understood that he was about to die.
The men laughed at him for being so childish, and rode on after their master.
She remembered well enough that childish kiss, and saw in his eyes that he remembered it.