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Use "preadolescent" in a sentence
"If you squinted hard enough, they became streaks of red and green fire, a condition known as the preadolescent Doppler effect."
"The reality is that adolescent and preadolescent humans generally do have sensitivities and anxieties about discussing sex in what used to be called “mixed company”, and provoking these anxieties inevitably makes a difficult discussion even more hazardous."
"You do a fine job of evoking Philips preadolescent alienation, both from his family and his peers."