infantine

  • 41infant — Synonyms and related words: abecedarian, aboriginal, adolescent, angel, antenatal, apprentice, arrested, autochthonous, babe, babish, baby, baby bunting, babyish, bambino, bantling, bay, beginner, beginning, budding, callow, catechumen, child,… …

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  • 42infantile — Synonyms and related words: abecedarian, aboriginal, antenatal, autochthonous, babish, baby, babyish, beginning, budding, childish, childlike, creative, doll like, dollish, elemental, elementary, embryonic, fetal, formative, foundational,… …

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  • 43kittenish — Synonyms and related words: babish, baby, babyish, catlike, cattish, catty, coltish, coquettish, coy, distaff, doll like, dollish, elvish, felid, feline, female, feminine, flirtatious, frisky, frolicsome, gentlewomanlike, girlish, gynecic,… …

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  • 44newborn — Synonyms and related words: babe, babish, baby, babyish, bantling, bay, bearing, born, calved, cast, doll like, dollish, dropped, factory new, foaled, given birth, giving birth, hatched, in arms, in diapers, in mint condition, in nappies, in… …

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  • 45puerile — Synonyms and related words: asinine, babish, babyish, beardless, boyish, boylike, calflike, childish, childlike, coltish, foolish, girlish, girllike, immature, inconsequential, infantile, infantine, insignificant, irresponsible, juvenile, kiddish …

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  • 46infantile — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. childish, puerile, immature. See youth. Ant., mature, adult. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. babyish, childlike, juvenile; see childish 1 , naive . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. babyish, childish,… …

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  • 47childlike — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. unaffected, innocent, childish, ingenuous; see naive , natural 3 . See Synonym Study at childish . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Of or like a baby: babyish, cherubic, infantile, infantine. See YOUTH …

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  • 48babyish — I (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. childish, infantile, juvenile, immature. ANT.: mature II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective 1. Of or like a baby: cherubic, childlike, infantile, infantine. See YOUTH. 2. Of or characteristic of a child, especially… …

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  • 49cherubic — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Of or like a baby: babyish, childlike, infantile, infantine. See YOUTH …

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  • 50childish — a. 1. Puerile, infantile, infantine, young, tender. 2. Foolish, silly, weak, trifling, frivolous …

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  • 51infantile — a.; (also infantine) 1. Childish, young, tender. 2. Childish, babyish, weak. 3. Childlike, babylike …

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  • 52puling — a. 1. Whining, whimpering. 2. Infantine, childish, trifling …

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  • 53childish — adj 1. infantile, childlike, Rare. childly, babyish, infantine, Inf. kiddish; boyish, girlish, youthful, young, juvenile, juvenescent, puerile, adolescent. 2. immature, undeveloped, unfledged, unfeathered, jejune; budding, tender, soft, unripe,… …

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  • 54infantile — adj 1. babyish, childish, Rare. childly, puerile, infantine, infant; immature, juvenile, adolescent. 2. newborn, newfledged, unfledged, callow, unripe, green, raw, undeveloped, wet behind the ears; in the cradle, in swaddling clothes, in diapers …

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  • 55kiddish — adj Informal. youthful, young, young at heart, girlish, boyish, kidlike, childlike, Rare. childly; juvenile, juvenescent, adolescent, puerile, jejune; childish, babyish, infantile, infantine, immature …

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  • 56puerile — adj 1. infantile, infantine, Inf. kiddy, Rare. childly, babyish; boyish, girlish, youthful, young, juvenile, juvenescent; adolescent, pubescent, immature, underaged, minor, undeveloped, unfledged, unfeathered, jejune; budding, tender, soft,… …

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  • 57infantile — /ˈɪnfəntaɪl / (say infuhntuyl) adjective 1. characteristic of or befitting an infant; babyish; childish: infantile behaviour. 2. of or relating to infants: infantile disease. 3. being in the earliest stage. Also, Obsolete, infantine. {Late Latin… …

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  • 58childish — [adj] immature, silly adolescent, baby, babyish, callow, childlike, foolish, frivolous, green, infantile, infantine, innocent, jejune, juvenile, kid stuff*, naive, puerile, unsophisticated, young, youthful; concepts 401,402,424,578,797 Ant. adult …

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  • 59immature — [adj] young, inexperienced adolescent, baby, babyish, callow, childish, crude, green*, half grown, imperfect, infantile, infantine, jejune, juvenile, kid, kidstuff*, premature, puerile, raw, sophomoric, tender*, tenderfoot*, underdeveloped,… …

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  • 60infant — [n] baby babe, bairn, bambino, bantling, bundle, child, kid, little one, neonate, newborn, small child, suckling, toddler, tot; concepts 414,424 Ant. adult infant / infantile [adj] very young baby, babyish, callow, childish, childlike, dawning,… …

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