noun, plural ju·ve·nil·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for juvenility
I have elsewhere pointed out the juvenility and infatuation of this error.A Logic Of Facts|George Jacob Holyoake
A son and daughter who had hardly passed the confines of juvenility, with the necessary attendants, formed his household.
He is a modest youth, who knows his juvenility, and seeks becoming guardianship.Confession|W. Gilmore Simms
The period of juvenility was shamefully sacrificed to superstition.The System of Nature, Volume 2|Paul Henri Thiery (Baron D'Holbach)
The juvenility of him was catching, if it was indeed the man, and not one of the actor's properties.The Celt and Saxon, Complete|George Meredith
British Dictionary definitions for juvenility
noun plural -ties
Word Origin and History for juvenility
1620s, from Latin iuvenilitas "youth," from iuvenilis (see juvenile).