Synonyms & Antonyms : Young


( Adjective )

Young Janes is always ready to help his old parents.








Contextual Examples:

He is old but has youthful habits which everyone can appreciate.

He is above forty but still has a boyish look.

He makes new friends in no time with his sociable outlook.

Their memories of the wedding are still fresh in their minds.

Maria behaves in a childish manner sometimes and offends her boss.

This is a recent publication on Today’s Society.








Contextual Examples:

His mature ideas have benefited the company in a big way.

Though he is an elderly person, he is active and energetic like a young man.

Being aged, he has ripe judgment on matters of life and death.

The person was very sad because his children deserted him in his late years.

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