[ UK /jˈuːθfə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈjuθfəɫ/ ]
  1. suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh
    he is young for his age
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How To Use youthful In A Sentence

  • Although _Pyetushkov_ shows us, by a certain open _naïveté_ of style, that a youthful hand is at work, it is the hand of a young master, carrying out the realism of the 'forties' -- that of Gogol, Balzac, and A Desperate Character and Other Stories
  • Some may balk at the frivolous approach to taking drugs, but few series are as vocal in their celebration of youthful individuality. Times, Sunday Times
  • This may have been a simple inconsistency in their responses or an indication that some youthful blunt smokers either do not know or do not define blunts as containing marijuana.
  • Her tale has a consciously youthful tone and storyline, combined with a sly humour.
  • In America, or the more empyrean realm of art, few citizens were more senior than Al, none more youthful, cogent, articulate or productive.
  • His portraits often show his subjects brimming with youthful idealism and naivety; touchingly eager for fame, rather than sullied by it. Times, Sunday Times
  • As they neared the quay, youthful voices sang out a greeting.
  • There's an edgy, youthful feel to the sprawling stone downtown, where gaggles of short-haired, punky students walk narrow, walled streets.
  • His youthful exuberance was making it hard for anyone to catch up with him.
  • Rhinoplasty, tummy tucks, liposuction and eye lifts can provide a psychological boost and restore youthful confidence.
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