young man


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Synonyms for young man

a teenager or a young adult male

a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman

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The young man glanced at the clock again and frowned darkly.
It looks like the young man who missed the boat train," he remarked.
Now," he pursued, "you remember what you've undertook, and you remember that young man, and you get home
The young man gave Aramis a piercing glance, and answered, "I thank you.
And each time he passed, the young man had a sick, frightened feeling, which made him scowl and feel ashamed.
Standing by the side of the footman, a little breathless, haggard and disheveled-looking, was the young man who had attempted to check their progress a few minutes ago.
Sir Leicester pauses, stares, repeats in a killing voice, "The young man of the name of Guppy?
Athanase Granson was a thin and pale young man, of medium height, with a hollow face in which his two black eyes, sparkling with thoughts, gave the effect of bits of coal.
It is a great deal more natural than one could wish, that a young man, brought up by those who are proud, luxurious, and selfish, should be proud, luxurious, and selfish too.
The young man, who had filled his box and also a black bag, was ready to go.
exclaimed the young man, falling backward and rolling on the ground.
Munt, and tap surreptitiously when the tunes come--of course, not so as to disturb the others--; or like Helen, who can see heroes and shipwrecks in the music's flood; or like Margaret, who can only see the music; or like Tibby, who is profoundly versed in counterpoint, and holds the full score open on his knee; or like their cousin, Fraulein Mosebach, who remembers all the time that Beethoven is "echt Deutsch"; or like Fraulein Mosebach's young man, who can remember nothing but Fraulein Mosebach: in any case, the passion of your life becomes more vivid, and you are bound to admit that such a noise is cheap at two shillings.
She went out occasionally with friends she had made in the work-room, and had met a young man, an electrical engineer in a very good way of business, who was a most eligible person.
There was a long-legged young man with a very little empty donkey-cart, standing near the Obelisk, in the Blackfriars Road, whose eye I caught as I was going by, and who, addressing me as
This was the young man whom his mother and sister called to their aid to sustain them under the serious trial which they felt they would soon have to endure.
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