Noun(1) a young person (especially a young man or boy(2) young people collectively(3) the time of life between childhood and maturity(4) early maturity; the state of being young or immature or inexperienced(5) an early period of development(6) the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
(1) he had been a keen sportsman in his youth(2) The youth bust and old age boom will change the states' dependency ratios.(3) There was a period when the youth were seen avoiding temples or any religious activities.(4) A second youth was struck in the head, reportedly with a chair.(5) Shock, them, disturb them, draw their attention away from the popular culture of youth and joy.(6) The youth were overwhelmingly from secondary schools, with an average age of 14 to 17.(7) I am one of the great army of black youth of this country who feels with the intuitive instinct of the oppressed, that a crisis is imminent.(8) Down the hall, the youth committee is struggling to find adults to chaperone the youth service project.(9) The televised trial has drawn national attention in a country where youth sports are popular and competitive.(10) You aren't yet of age but a strong youth may turn into a stronger adult!(11) As I approach middle age I find maturity is best summed up as 40 is the old age of youth and 50 is the youth of old age.(12) The family oriented residential event offered a full programme of presentations, seminars and workshops for the youth and adults.(13) To understand Northtown in the '80s is to understand Minnesota suburban youth culture in those days.(14) Sister Bliss's big beats aren't really the soundtrack to youth culture anymore though, rather a nostalgic reminder of pills, parties and puberty.(15) this publishing sector is no longer in its youth(16) A treasure hunt has been organised by the youth club for the youth of the area.