noun, plural im·ma·tu·ri·ties for 2.
- immature cataract,
- immediate allergy
Origin of immaturity
Examples from the Web for immaturity
I prefer Ferdydurke, a haunting humorous and terrifying nightmare about how society forces us into immaturity.
Brad spoke to Danny with remarkable candor and an astounding lack of self-awareness—both hallmarks of immaturity.Bradley Manning’s Political Dreams: New Biography of Accused WikiLeaker|Denver Nicks|May 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We belong to a fraternity created by the dysfunction of history and the immaturity of this democracy.
Hessler, thanks to the Post, is now the poster child for selfishness, immaturity, and irresponsibility at Occupy Wall Street.Occupy Wall Street: The New York Post's Bogus Coverage|Emily Atkin, Matthew DeLuca|November 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
How could he be, when he associated opposition with immaturity?
Dropping out of high school or college is not indicative of a student's immaturity.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
The wisdom of becoming nothing that he may possess all things is too high for this stage of immaturity.My Wife and I|Harriet Beecher Stowe
Indications of immaturity are here and there perceptible, and at the very beginning there is an inexplicable mass of hyphenation.Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922|Howard Phillips Lovecraft
It used the colours of immaturity, but it conceived with strength.Lewis Rand|Mary Johnston
Studying him, we study in its immaturity the spirit of the next two centuries.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
1530s, "untimeliness," from Latin immaturitatem (nominative immaturitas) "unripeness," from immaturus (see immature). Meaning "lack of maturity" attested from c.1600.