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Things young often describes (“young ________”)
man, men, people, woman, children, women, lady, girl, girls, adults, ladies, child, person, fellow, boy, couple, wife, gentleman, officer, ones, friend, boys, persons, prince, age, king, trees, son, student, plants, gentlemen, officers, mother, students, birds, males, animals, adult, soldier, fellows, workers, lawyer, friends, patients, writers, poet, readers, doctor, infants, leaves, couples, adulthood, shoots, daughter, americans, folks, master, artist, widow, writer, lad, priest, mothers, generation, bride, artists, queen, lieutenant, soldiers, teacher, nobleman, lovers, minds, englishman, male, females, hero, american, brother, rats, minister, lord, husband, manhood, offenders, patient, tree, animal, adolescents, chief, poets, mistress

How young often is described (“________ young”)
very, late, old, moo, high, denholm, former, low, english, dynamic, celebrated, effective, british, initial, american, mormon, strong, downy, poor, mackworth, famous, average, static, dear, longitudinal, schultess, apparent, chi, chen, winthrop, chic, aloise, highest, constant, undrained, opposite, agricultural, miss, boutourline, bouterline, anti, corresponding, elastic, feminist, composite, equivalent, tangent, sei, gig, born, compare, kap, legendary, contemporary, fellow, virtuous, incremental, normalized, quee, century, learned

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See young used in context: 100 poetry verses, 254 Shakespeare works, 5 quotations, 6 Mother Goose rhymes, 182 Bible passages, 680 definitions

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