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younger

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younger

  1. comparative form of young: more young
    Our neighbor spent his younger years in England.
    Reading this book takes me back to my younger days.

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younger (plural youngers)

  1. (rare) One who is younger than another.
    • 1882, L. H. Apaque, A baker's dozen (page 102)
      Hugh and Charlie also played fairly well, so perhaps it was not wonderful that James, who had always regarded cricket as a childish waste of time, felt rather at a loss, and did not care to display his inferiority to his youngers.

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