- striped muscle,
- striped squirrel,
Origin of stripling
Examples from the Web for stripling
The heir apparent (a stripling of 61) is not universally popular.
Their stripling chief thrust out his stomach, and he handled his large sword with an unaccustomed flourish.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
Since the world became the world, no pharaoh has ever uttered so many blasphemies as we have heard to-day from that stripling.The Pharaoh and the Priest|Alexander Glovatski
I thought once to attack the camp, but the men there are three, and I am but a stripling and unused to battle.The Lady of North Star|Ottwell J. Binns
Word Origin for stripling
"a youth," late 14c., possibly from strip (n.) "long, narrow piece," on the notion of "one who is slender as a strip, whose figure is not yet filled out."