Third-person singular simple present indicative form of young.(verb)
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Use "youngs" in a sentence
"And, as if to prove that point -- that Brown is for the olds and Whitman can hang with the youngs -- her press secretary Sarah Pompei tweeted this week that "Jerry Brown is too soft on crime," only instead of linking to the usual boring political stuff, Pompei linked to this video of -- y'all ready for this?"
"Howard suggests that Obama will have to convince the olds to give up some scrilla so that the youngs can have a future that's not cleaning tiger mother poop off of bowling alleys."
"Cantor offers only that no one is changing anything for the olds, but the youngs will have to have a serious discussion."