It was the oddest mixture of luxury and hardship, of juvenility and old age!
I have elsewhere pointed out the juvenility and infatuation of this error.
Edgar was enthusiastically carolling 15 a ditty which was then popular among Bayport juvenility.
The period of juvenility was shamefully sacrificed to superstition.
The juvenility of him was catching, if it was indeed the man, and not one of the actor's properties.
The hyperbole speaks well for the author's heart, but betrays his juvenility.
"Though probably you are hardly of an age to see it yet," says Dean, and he smiles at the juvenility of ambition.
He is a modest youth, who knows his juvenility, and seeks becoming guardianship.
He did not make it, or attempt to make it, a better play, but he in some measure corrected its juvenility of expression.
I forgave Miss Jessie her singing out of tune, and her juvenility of dress, when I saw her at home.