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youngblood

[ yuhng-bluhd ]
/ ˈyʌŋˌblʌd /
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adjective

youthful, vigorous, and fresh in ideas or practices: an aging company badly in need of youngblood management.

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Origin of youngblood

First recorded in 1620–30; attributive use of young blood

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young blood

noun

youthful people.
fresh new ideas, practices, etc.; vigor.

Origin of young blood

First recorded in 1620–30
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British Dictionary definitions for youngblood

young blood

noun

young, fresh, or vigorous new people, ideas, attitudes, etc
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