nonage nonage

Definition(s):

  • (n) any age prior to the legal age

Usage(s):

  1. The founding father of black humor in a new and splendidly gutty translation of his classic about the bitter, unbreakable orphan whose horrid childhood and nonage were a .
  2. The founding father of black humor in a new, splendidly gutty translation of his classic about the bitter, unbreakable orphan whose childhood and nonage were a lugubrious epic .
  3. Something to Sing About (Grand National) is nothing to make a song about, but it returns two-fisted Cinemactor James Cagney to his theatrical nonage of 1924, when he was just one .

News

  • ROBBINSVILLE: Supreme setback

    ROBBINSVILLE — The state Supreme Court has declined to hear the township’s case against Sharbell Building Co., which seeks to convert as many as 150 age-restricted units to nonage-restricted units.
    on August 10, 2013     Source: The Messenger-Press

Quotes

  • "I was born in the larva of the comfortable and complacent bourgeoisie," Mencken wrote of his pillowed life, "encapsulated in affection, and kept fat, saucy and contented. Thus I got through my nonage without acquiring an inferiority...
    on Dec 26, 2006 By: HL Mencken Source: Christian Science Monitor

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