young person

NOUN
  1. a young person (especially a young man or boy)
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How To Use young person In A Sentence

  • Her GP and the young person 's mental health team are trying to help her. The Sun
  • He begins a race against time to find the real killer - fighting his way through a tangle of lies and deceit to uncover an act of evil which has destroyed the life of more than one young person.
  • It was an extraordinary time for a young person like Alvin, black and a dancer, to arrive in New York.
  • But we need to try to see things from the point of view of a young person drawn to suicide. Times, Sunday Times
  • The form and content are as rigid and unchangeable as a Petrarchan sonnet or a Noh play, starting with a young person having a premonition of a catastrophic accident that saves the lives of a number of people, most of them from his own circle. Final Destination 5 – review
  • Instead of staying indoors, healthily watching a black and white screen – Grandstand, Hancock, Terry and June – they were out canvassing, attending ward meetings, collecting ministers' autographs, drafting position papers and generally behaving in a way unbefitting to young persons. The Ed Balls roadshow: enough to make you weep
  • His reserve might by the ill-natured have been termed dissimulation, inasmuch as when asked by the ladies of the embassy what had become of the young person who had amused them that day so cleverly he gave it out that her whereabouts was uncertain and her destiny probably obscure; he let it be supposed in a word that his benevolence had scarcely survived an accidental, a charitable occasion. The Tragic Muse
  • In summary, don't find yourself being accused of assaulting a young person.
  • He is as fashionable as any other young person in the city.
  • During the class I noticed the young person explaining several times how to start a wizard -- but I also saw the mature developer explaining why JCL was required to run a COBOL batch program.
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