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adolescent characteristic of adolescence rather than adulthood; immature. [1/3 definitions]
boy a young immature man. [1/4 definitions]
callow lacking adult sophistication or judgment; inexperienced; immature.
chick a newly hatched or immature bird or fowl, esp. a chicken. [1/3 definitions]
child someone who acts in a childish or immature way. [1/5 definitions]
cocoon a fibrous covering produced by immature insects, such as butterfly and moth larvae, to protect them during metamorphosis, or by some spiders to hide their eggs. [1/2 definitions]
colony collapse disorder an event in which all or most of the worker bees of a hive disappear, leaving in the hive the queen, the immature bees, and some adult bees to care for the immature bees, and the honey.
cub the immature offspring of certain meat-eating mammals, such as the bear, lion, or fox. [2 definitions]
duckling an immature duck.
fixate to develop and persist in an immature psychological attachment, or to suffer arrested emotional development. [1/5 definitions]
green pepper any immature, unripened garden pepper. [1/2 definitions]
hematoblast an immature blood cell.
infantilism an abnormal condition of an adult marked by the persistence of immature mental and physical development and behavior, including lack of sexual maturation. [1/2 definitions]
juvenile intellectually immature; childish. [1/4 definitions]
larva the young of other animals that undergo metamorphosis, at a similarly immature stage. [1/2 definitions]
oocyte a cell in the earliest stage of transformation into a female egg; immature egg.
owlet a small or immature owl.
puerile immature or silly; childish. [1/2 definitions]
puppy love infatuation or immature love, esp. between a boy and girl.
rudimentary of, or in the nature of, a rudiment; immature or undeveloped; vestigial. [1/2 definitions]
sophomoric displaying intellectual pretentiousness or proud confidence about one's knowledge when actually poorly informed or immature.