babyhood babyhood  /ˈbeɪ bi ˌhʊd/


  1. (n) the early stage of growth or development
  2. (n) the earliest state of immaturity



  1. While her husband was al most constantly under fire, Lady Bird rarely became a target except, perhaps, for cracks about her babyhood nickname and her Texas drawl.
  2. Her mother whipped Julia regularly from babyhood.
  3. Only 23, legend has already begun to barnacle his babyhood.


  • Breastfeeding As State Policy? Venezuela Weighs Advertising Ban On Baby Bottles

    CARACAS - In Venezuela, the future of baby bottles is looking grim. A proposed bill would ban, among other things, all advertising and promotion of this timeworn symbol of babyhood — as well as the use of baby bottles in health centers for children under the age of six months, Spanish-language news agency EFE reports.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Oneida Daily Dispatch

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  • Gareth Jones, secretary of ASCL Cymru, said: "Screening of eyesight and hearing is essential as children grow from babyhood because it has a significant impact on their capacity to learn. In most schools where the teacher observes a problem they...
    on Sep 17, 2009 By: Gareth Jones Source: WalesOnline

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