juvenile


juvenile
01. One of the suspects in the gang murder is a [juvenile], so he cannot be identified in the media.
02. The [juvenile] suspect was brought before a judge to face a charge of car theft.
03. Two [juveniles] and one adult have been arrested by police for trafficking in illegal drugs at a local high school.
04. Some of the guys in my office have a very [juvenile] sense of humor, and are always telling sexist jokes to the secretaries.
05. The youth is to appear in [juvenile] court on a charge of assaulting his father.
06. The vandalism is believed to have been the work of a group of [juvenile] delinquents who are known to police.
07. [Juvenile] offenders in this country need counseling rather than punishment if we hope to help them develop into responsible, productive adults.
08. You are just so [juvenile]! Why don't you try acting like an adult for once?
09. The ratio of [juveniles] in our population is decreasing as our population ages, and people have fewer children.
10. Police believe that the houses were robbed by two adult men and one [juvenile] girl who were seen in the area prior to the break-ins.
11. [Juvenile] crime in our area has gone down in recent years due to a number of social programs which have been created to identify and assist teens considered to be at risk of offending.
12. [Juvenile] male cougars must leave their mothers to find their own territory to live and hunt in.
13. The wolf pack is comprised of two adults, three [juvenile] females, and four cubs.
14. John J. O'Connor once suggested that silly sitcoms are designed to attract [juveniles] of all ages.
15. As a teenager, singer Courtney Love spent time in a [juvenile] detention center for shoplifting a T-shirt.

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  • juvénile — [ ʒyvenil ] adj. • v. 1460; juvenil v. 1112; lat. juvenilis 1 ♦ Qui est propre à la jeunesse. ⇒ jeune. Fraîcheur, grâce juvénile. Air, sourire juvénile. « Tout était juvénile sur ces visages : la roseur de la joue [...] l œil frais » (Martin du… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Juvenile — Datos generales Nacimiento 26 de Marzo, 1975 (35 años) Origen Nueva Orleans, Luisiana, Estados Unidos …   Wikipedia Español

  • Juvenile — may refer to: * A juvenile (organism) is an individual organism after birth (hatching, germination, etc .), but has not yet reached its adult form, maturity or size. * juvenile (law), a legal term referring to a minor * Juvenile fiction, a term… …   Wikipedia

  • juvenile — ju·ve·nile / jü və ˌnīl, nəl/ n: an individual who is under an age fixed by law (as 18 years) at which he or she would be charged as an adult for a criminal act compare minor Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • Juvenile — Ju ve*nile (?; 277), a. [L. juvenilis, from juvenis young; akin to E. young: cf. F. juv[ e]nile, juv[ e]nil. See {Young}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Young; youthful; as, a juvenile appearance. A juvenile exercitation. Glanvill. [1913 Webster] 2. Of or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Juvenile — Naissance 25 mars 1975, Nouvelle Orleans, États Unis Pays d’origine  États Unis …   Wikipédia en Français

  • juvenile — (adj.) 1620s, from L. iuvenilis of or belonging to youth, from iuvenis young person, originally young (Cf. Fr. jeune; see YOUNG (Cf. young)). Juvenile delinquency first recorded 1816; Juvenile delinquent the following year …   Etymology dictionary

  • juvenile — has a neutral meaning ‘relating to or associated with young people’ (juvenile crime) and a derogatory meaning ‘immature’ (Behaving in a juvenile way) …   Modern English usage

  • juvenile — [adj] childish adolescent, babyish, beardless, blooming, boyish, budding, callow, childlike, developing, formative, fresh, girlish, green, growing, immature, inexperienced, infant, infantile, jejune, junior, kid stuff*, milk fed*, naive,… …   New thesaurus

  • Juvenile — Ju ve*nile, n. A young person or youth; used sportively or familiarly. C. Bront[ e]. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • juvenile — *youthful, puerile, boyish, virgin, virginal, maiden Analogous words: immature, unmatured: callow, green, crude (see RUDE) Antonyms: adult: senile Contrasted words: *mature, matured, grown up …   New Dictionary of Synonyms