Origin of juvenility
Related Words for juvenilityprime, boyhood, juvenescence, minority, puberty, spring, ignorance, inexperience, greenness, innocence, immaturity, bloom, childhood, adolescence, girlhood, youthfulness, teens
Examples from the Web for juvenility
Historical Examples of juvenility
It was the oddest mixture of luxury and hardship, of juvenility and old age!Coaches and Coaching
I have elsewhere pointed out the juvenility and infatuation of this error.A Logic Of Facts
George Jacob Holyoake
The period of juvenility was shamefully sacrificed to superstition.The System of Nature, Volume 2
Paul Henri Thiery (Baron D'Holbach)
The hyperbole speaks well for the author's heart, but betrays his juvenility.John Greenleaf Whittier
W. Sloane Kennedy
A son and daughter who had hardly passed the confines of juvenility, with the necessary attendants, formed his household.
- the quality or condition of being juvenile, esp of being immature
- (often plural) a juvenile act or manner
- juveniles collectively
1620s, from Latin iuvenilitas "youth," from iuvenilis (see juvenile).