A child is a young person who's typically older than a baby but younger than a teen. As a child, you probably had your parents watching over you as you played in a sandbox.


pl. of Child.

of Child

pl. of Child.


Chil"dren , n.; pl. of Child.

pl. of Child.


Usage Examples

Age merely shows what children we remain.

A suburban mother's role is to deliver children obstetrically once, and by car forever after.

A mother's ability to provide for her children is not always tied to income, but rather to education.

Ages of experience have taught humanity that the commitment of a husband and wife to love and to serve one another promotes the welfare of children and the stability of society.

A great deal has been written in recent years about the purported lack of motivation in the children of the Negro ghettos. Little in my experience supports this, yet the phrase has been repeated endlessly, and the blame in almost all cases is placed somewhere outside the classroom.

A family is a unit composed not only of children but of men, women, an occasional animal, and the common cold.

A loving family provides the foundation children need to succeed, and strong families with a man and a woman - bonded together for life - always have been, and always will be, the key to such families.

A few years ago, kids from poor areas in France were asked to draw items of food. For a chicken, they drew a drumstick. For a fish, they drew a fish stick. Those are extremes, but there is a lot that needs to be done to help children discover good food.

Misspelled Form

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Other Usage Examples

A vegetarian is a person who won't eat anything that can have children.

A nation that does not stand for its children does not stand for anything and will not stand tall in the future.

A drunkard would not give money to sober people. He said they would only eat it, and buy clothes and send their children to school with it.

A majority, perhaps as many as 75 percent, of abortion clinics are in areas with high minority populations. Abortion apologists will say this is because they want to serve the poor. You don't serve the poor, however, by taking their money to terminate their children.

A grandchild is a miracle, but a renewed relationship with your own children is even a greater one.

After I won the Oscar, my salary doubled, my friends tripled, my children became more popular at school, my butcher made a pass at me, and my maid hit me up for a raise.

A treatment method or an educational method that will work for one child may not work for another child. The one common denominator for all of the young children is that early intervention does work, and it seems to improve the prognosis.

A mother's arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them.


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