Words nearby youngling
How to use youngling in a sentence
As the planet heats up, the ice cover shielding the nests may disappear, exposing the vulnerable younglings to predators, according to Gizmodo.Icefish build bizarre undersea nests—and that’s just the beginning|Shi En Kim|January 21, 2022|Popular-Science
Tell me, fair child, sawest thou ever here at night-tide the shape of a youngling crowned with a garland straying about the house?The Water of the Wondrous Isles|William Morris
Our youngling pointed out a very respectable-looking stone house as having been "built by the Indians" about those times.Pages From an Old Volume of Life|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
The food she brought to that eager youngling every few minutes looked like minute worms, doubtless some insect larvæ.A Bird-Lover in the West|Olive Thorne Miller
Nine fair children sat around their domestic hearth, and one, the youngling of the flock, smiled upon its mother's knee.
The dour recluse still there (he has his cake) and the douce youngling, minion of pleasure, Phedo's toyable fair hair.Ulysses|James Joyce
British Dictionary definitions for youngling
- a young person, animal, or plant
- (as modifier)a youngling brood