Adolescences [noun]

Definition of Adolescences:

state of puberty, preadulthood

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Sentence/Example of Adolescences:

These investigations are among the few that have assessed a range of psychological and physical measures from childhood into adolescence and beyond.

Romeo speculates that it stems from the fact that the hypothalamus and other brain areas, such as the prefrontal cortex, that control our reactions to stress are among the regions that rewire and strengthen connections during adolescence.

It kicks off adolescence — the body’s transformation from child to adult.

That’s why, during early adolescence, girls are generally taller than boys.

But it seems to me that with adolescence comes the right to knowledge and the right of judgment.

Dim, forgotten perils of adolescence come to my mind, as a cloud obscures the summer sun.

Unfortunately, the characteristics of the spoiled child do not vanish with childhood or even with adolescence.

The generation which numbered Bryan Dalyrimple drifted out of adolescence to a mighty fan-fare of trumpets.

Usually in early adolescence it bursts its casings and shoots into consciousness, powerfully affecting the emotions and the will.

This consists in the celebration of the adolescence of youths in the so-called initiation ceremonies.