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Definition of "yoof" []

  • Youth (young person, young people or the state of being young). (noun)
  • Of or relating to youth or youths. (noun)
  • Intended for youths. (noun)

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Use "yoof" in a sentence
  • "In a luridly-designed website, mimicking the style of "yoof" cartoons, it offers a bundle of downloads, including a pack of "climate crime cards", urging its recruits to spy on families, friends and relatives, inviting each of them to build up a "climate crime case file" in order to help them ensure their putative criminals do not "commit those crimes again (or else)!""
  • "It is probably no coincidence that the issues the Tories are keen to appear concerned about - gay rights, ethnic minority rights, women's rights, saving the planet, international aid, single-motherhood, misunderstood 'yoof' etc, etc - are just the issues which the broadcast media are so very enthusiastic about."
  • "The programme continued until 1999, a solitary beacon of light amongst the dross of reality shows and output chasing the 'yoof' audience."