boyishness boyishness


  • (n) being characteristic of a boy


  1. A man my age should not aim for boyishness.
  2. Although he's 44, Linklater looks 28 and has a boyishness that makes his apparent curiosity about everything plausible.
  3. Old-boyishness was more evident than economic royalism, however, at the 100th Game.



  1. "That really did so much damage to them all, because they really had to take control of themselves, their lives and the business," Boyd said. "The boyishness in them had to disappear."
    on Oct 1, 2007 By: Pattie Boyd Source:

  2. McGinley said: "Darren brings the boyishness to the team. He's the lad, he's the slagger and he's the joker."
    on Sep 14, 2008 By: Paul McGinley Source:

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