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Use "kiddish" in a sentence
"They all laughed at such a "kiddish" idea; all but Bill, I mean."
"And, because children these days mature at an unbelievable rate, most of their fondly cherished merchandise becomes 'kiddish' in merely a year's time."
"The envoy, who was addressing a press conference yesterday on his return from China after the ninth round of talks with Chinese government officials, called Chinese government's behavior "kiddish" and said China's baseless allegations sometimes have boomerang effect."