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After Abe had reached the estate of manhood, she was still in her 'teens.
Her vanity remained, even to old age, the vanity of a coquette in her teens.
The letters were all about all the dreadful things done by girls in their teens.
It is his daughter who speaks, a girl not yet entered upon her teens.
A few years later Giovanni Bellini, then a boy newly in his teens, would seem to have fallen under a very similar influence.
1670s (plural), "teen-age years of a person," formed from -teen taken as a separate word. As "decade of years comprising numbers ending in -teen," from 1889.
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