The Word is:”young”

young

/jʌŋ/

adjective

adjective: young; comparative adjective: younger; superlative adjective: youngest; comparative adjective: Younger

    1. having lived or existed for only a short time.
    “a young girl”
    synonyms: youthful, juvenile; More
    junior, adolescent, teenage, teenaged;
    immature, childlike, babyish, boyish, girlish;
    in the springtime of life, in one’s salad days;
    informalteen
    “I hate to see a young man throwing his life away”
    young people, youths, children, boys and girls, youngsters, young ones, the younger generation, the next generation, juveniles, minors, schoolboys, schoolgirls, whippersnappers, striplings;
    informalkids, kiddies, young ‘uns, lads, lasses
    antonyms: old, elderly, mature

  • not as old as the norm or as would be expected.
    “more people were dying young”
    synonyms: youthful, juvenile; More
    junior, adolescent, teenage, teenaged;
    immature, childlike, babyish, boyish, girlish;
    in the springtime of life, in one’s salad days;
    informalteen
    “I hate to see a young man throwing his life away”
    antonyms: old, elderly, mature
  • relating to or consisting of young people.
    “young love”
  • immature or inexperienced.
    “she’s very young for her age”

  • having the qualities associated with young people, such as enthusiasm and optimism.
    “all those who are young at heart”
    2.used to denote the younger of two people of the same name.
    “Pitt the Younger”

  • Scottish
    denoting the heir of a landed commoner.
    “Hugh Magnus Macleod, younger of Macleod”

noun

plural noun: young

    1. offspring, especially of an animal before or soon after birth.
    “many grebes carry their young on their backs”
    synonyms: offspring, progeny, family, children, issue, little ones, youngsters, babies; More

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