In the early part of growth or life; born not long ago. (adjective)
As if young; having the look or qualities of a young person. (adjective)
Of or belonging to the early part of life. (adjective)
Having little experience; inexperienced; unpracticed; ignorant; weak. (adjective)
People who are young; young beings. (noun)
The younger generation. (noun)
To become or seem to become younger (verb)
To cause to appear younger (verb)
To exhibit younging (verb)
Examples of word young
God forgives the inattention at Mass of an old man when he sleeps; of a young man when he loves; and the wandering attention of an _old_ man blessed with a _young_ heart the Almighty will surely pardon, for He Himself must admire beauty, since He made it. '
I knew there was no chance for Marian and Anne; they're old maids, and I'm young -- _young_.
He could hardly refrain from a smile when he came across the sentence, "He was young enough to know better," as he substituted in a large illegible hand the word _old_ for _young_.
"She couldn't hev things a-gwine on so as they had been, and she was gwine to make these yer young ones keep better order;" for Dinah herself, somehow, indulged the illusion that she herself was the soul of order, and it was only the _young uns_, and the everybody else in the house, that were the cause of anything that fell short of perfection in this respect.
There would not be any thing essentially wrong in an attachment between these young people, if it sprang up naturally; only it would be necessary to impress upon them the fact that they were _young_, and that for years to come their minds should be largely occupied with other matters.