[ UK /jˈuːθfə‍lnəs/ ]
  1. the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
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  • Browning laid the scene of his poem in Germany, save perhaps the use of such words as "thorp" and "croft," but there is a clean, pure morning light playing through the verse, a fresh, health-breathing northern air, which does not fit in with Italy; a joyous, buoyant youthfulness in the song and march of the students who carry their master with gay strength up the mountain to the very top, all of them filled with his aspiring spirit, all of them looking forward with gladness and vigour to life -- which has no relation whatever to the temper of Florentine or The Poetry Of Robert Browning
  • And if his features have recently seemed to take on a new youthfulness, his is still a face etched with experience, slowly hardening into the same benignly owlish countenance you see in photographs of his long-departed father, Jim.
  • I must say again that I heartily admire your gallantry and youthfulness.
  • But in the expression of her countenance there was no character of suffering or distress; on the contrary, a wondrous serenity, that made her beauty more beauteous, her very youthfulness younger; and when this spurious or partial kind of syncope passed, she recovered at once without effort, without acknowledging that she had felt faint or unwell, but rather with a sense of recruited vitality, as the weary obtain from a sleep. A Strange Story — Volume 02
  • White roses: unity, loyalty, reverence, humility, sincerity, purity, silence and innocence as well as youthfulness.
  • Her youthfulness, liberalism, drug taking and sexual profligacy made her an easy target.
  • These flowing, movable pieces were combined with custom-designed chunky, strappy, gladiator shoes and shooties that gave a youthfulness to elegant dressing.
  • But there is more to be said than to recall the unfailing zest of it, the extraordinary freshness of eye, the indomitable youthfulness and health of spirit -- all the qualities that we associate with Davis himself. Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis
  • Much was made at the time of the Prince's engagement of the youthfulness and consequent innocence of his bride.
  • The film opens with images of his blossoming youthfulness and closes with the Robert-Capa-like freeze-frame of his death.
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