One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
young, teenage, teenaged, adolescent, junior, underage, pubescent, prepubescent
2‘his juvenile behaviour’
childish, immature, puerile, infantile, babyish
jejune, inexperienced, callow, green, unsophisticated, naive, foolish, silly, stupid, asinine
North American sophomoric
informal wet behind the ears
1‘cases of assault in which the victims are juveniles’
young person, youngster, child, teenager, adolescent, minor, junior
boy, girl, schoolboy, schoolgirl
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