Juvenile

A young cetacean that is no longer a calf but is not yet sexually mature.
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juvenile

young and not sexually mature.
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juvenile

The life stage of a nematode between the embryo and the adult; an immature nematode.
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juvenile

[adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of or appropriate for children 2. [n] - a youthful person
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Juvenile

Used to describe a young leaf shape which is different to that when mature
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Juvenile

A young bird in immature plummage.
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Juvenile

in the criminal law, this is a person under the age of 17 - but in certain cases it is used to refer to anyone under the age of 18
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Juvenile

Juvenile: Between infantile and adult as, for example, in juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (onset before age 16 years) and juvenile diabetes (type 1 diabetes).
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Juvenile

Person under 17 years of age
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Juvenile

Ju've·nile adjective [ Latin juvenilis , from juvenis young; akin to English young : confer French juvénile , juvénil . See Young .] 1. Young; youthful; as, a juvenile appearance. 'A juvenile exercitation.' Glanvill. 2.
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Juvenile

Ju've·nile noun A young person or youth; -- used sportively or familiarly. C. Bronté.
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juvenile

Pertaining to youth or childhood, young or immature. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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juvenile

adjective of or relating to or characteristic of or appropriate for children or young people; `juvenile diabetes`; `juvenile fashions`
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juvenile

(joo´vә-nīl) pertaining to youth or childhood; young or immature. a youth or child; a young animal; a cell or organism intermediate between the immature and mature forms.
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Juvenile

• (n.) A young person or youth; -- used sportively or familiarly. • (a.) Young; youthful; as, a juvenile appearance. • (a.) Of or pertaining to youth; as, juvenile sports.
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juvenile

pertaining to youth or childhood; young or immature.
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juvenile

juvenile 1. Young; youthful; also, immature. 2. Designed for or proper to young people; such as, 'Some books are published for the juvenile market.' 3. The period in an individual's life cycle that lasts from the eruption of the first to the eruption of the last permanent teeth. 4. Immature or childish: 'The man's juvenile behavior made him unac
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JUVENILE

A young person who has not yet reached the age at which he or she should be treated as an adult for purposes of criminal law; also can be used in a non-criminal context, referring to a young person who is not yet legally able to marry or sign contracts because they have not yet reached the age of majority, or adulthood.
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juvenile

young, immature, youthful
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Juvenile

A person who is under eighteen years of age; or for the purpose of proceedings and disposition because of an act of juvenile delinquency, a person who is under twenty-one years of age. 18 U.S.C.
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Juvenile

a young animal, not yet sexually mature.
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Juvenile

Two year old horse.
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Juvenile

Pyroclastic material derived directly from magma reaching the surface.
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Juvenile

Two-year-old horse
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JUVENILE

an immature, non-reproducing turtle
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