[ US /ˈtʃaɪɫdˌhʊd/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈa‍ɪldhʊd/ ]
  1. the time of person's life when they are a child
  2. the state of a child between infancy and adolescence
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How To Use childhood In A Sentence

  • Kij: Nice to see Dream-Quest receive such prominence with that fantastic Gervasio Gallardo cover, inseparable from the contents thanks to childhood associations very similar to yours. MIND MELD: Books That Hold Special Places in Our Hearts and On Our Shelves
  • A person today who seems to have a great sense of self-esteem has his or her childhood days to thank for it. Stephen Richards 
  • I astound myself with my memory for useless childhood trivia.
  • People may bury painful childhood memories to protect themselves.
  • Dr Booth is categorical about how severe the problem of childhood obesity has become.
  • Objective To study the event-related potential N400 character of semantic matching of sentence-ending words in childhood and adolescent schizophrenia.
  • These arrhythmias usually occur early in life during infancy or childhood.
  • When prescribing methylphenidates for curing childhood hyperkinetic syndrome, each prescription may only provide the common dosage available for no more than 15 days.
  • Just as our concepts of childhood have changed, so have our concepts of childhood problems.
  • A childhood memory returned to me of a summer in the country. THE EXECUTION
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