Origin of immature
OTHER WORDS FROM immatureim·ma·ture·ly, adverbim·ma·ture·ness, noun
How to use immature in a sentence
A plan was forming itself immaturely in Lindleys mind, and he had given small heed to the boys description of his lady.
Would he now immaturely fall a victim to an enticing face and the cares of a household?Robert Orange|John Oliver Hobbes
This excellent artist died immaturely, greatly lamented, without leaving any pupil worthy of his name.The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. 2 (of 6)|Luigi Antonio Lanzi
Immaturely and unconsciously sexual, she looked with more hope of satisfaction at male faces than at female.What Not|Rose Macaulay
He rose to be a young man of great promise, as to abilities; and died too immaturely for his fame.The English Spy|Bernard Blackmantle