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."