Parents of teen suicides have fought to put strict anti-bullying laws in 41 states.
On the cover of teen Vogue are Spider Man stars Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield.
By any measure, Diane Tran is that “model minority” Asian-American teen you think you already know.
The teen Choice Awards are like other awards shows—self-aggrandizing speeches, silly performances—but shorter and with zits.
My favorite drink-a-long doc of the fest was Sounds Like teen Spirit.
But I do not think that a knowledge of it would have teen consolatory to her by any means.
When the girl reaches the teen age, the teacher must ask permission to call.
Yes, life did indeed appear sad and hard to teen, and all things moving in an entirely contrary way.
Six′teen, six and ten; Six′teenth, the sixth after the tenth.
It was rather a cynical doctrine, but teen implicitly believed what she was saying.
"teen-aged person," 1818 (but rare before 20c.), from -teen. As an adjective meaning "of or for teen-agers," from 1947.
combining form meaning "ten more than," from Old English -tene, -tiene, from Proto-Germanic *tekhuniz (cf. Old Saxon -tein, Dutch -tien, Old High German -zehan, German -zehn, Gothic -taihun), an inflected form of the root of ten; cognate with Latin -decim (cf. Italian -dici, Spanish -ce, French -ze). The combining form of ordinal numbers, -teenth, developed from Old English -teoða, -teoðe (West Saxon), teogoða (Anglian) "tenth."
A teenage person; teenager: a really interesting biz for a teen who loves being busy/ a robust health that would be remarkable on a teener/ ''You only pass this way once,'' he tells a teenie in persuading her to come along for a ride