young man

  1. a teenager or a young adult male
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  • Jonathan Steele, who recently returned to follow up on that story, quotes a young man who lost half his family in Halabja saying of the memorial, "If they rebuild it a thousand times, I will burn it down a million times. Archive 2007-03-01
  • This young man refuses to work and is freeloading
  • His first thought was that of every young man, who blithely thinks to pit the bravado he miscalls courage against every obstacle.
  • As a young man he wrote words to popular folk airs and had them printed as broadsheets.
  • Balboa had a reputation as a fierce and quarrelsome young man.
  • A young man who wishes to remain a sound atheist cannot be too careful of his reading. C.S. Lewis 
  • Listening to this intense young man, there is little doubt he has done things the hard way; no favours doled out and none asked for.
  • The young man works his way up to the top.
  • You, young man,” she proceeded, addressing Roland Graeme, and at once softening the ironical sharpness of her manner into good-humoured raillery, “you, who are all our male attendance, from our Lord High Chamberlain down to our least galopin, follow us to prepare our court.” The Abbot
  • Morris Goldsworth came out of the central room accompanied by a well-suited, ponderous young man in his twenties, marking his catalogue. WHISTLER IN THE DARK
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