man-child man-child


  • (n) a child who is male


  1. Or else, in a series of gags titled Tales of Tomorrow, an overfed man-child makes instant purchases on his view screen and schlurps product through a tube in the wall.
  2. He's becoming a cyborg--part man-child, part machine.
  3. Some 90 years ago, a man-child was born into the family of a New York state dairy farmer and christened Jason.



  1. "He's a man-child, with a heavy butt, good for a hockey player," Babcock said. "He's an elite competitor. He's a kid who does everything well. Lives for hockey."
    on Aug 27, 2009 By: Mike Babcock Source: Vancouver Sun

  2. "He hit a line drive off my backside that I'll never forget," Robertson said. "In the showers, everybody was laughing at me for getting a welt put on me like that by a 17-year-old kid. He was a man-child."
    on Feb 18, 2008 By: Nate Robertson Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I think he is going to be Rookie of the Year," LaMarcus Aldridge said. "I'm going on record and saying that Greg is a man-child."
    on Oct 7, 2008 By: LaMarcus Aldridge Source: The Oregonian -

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