Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1de una manera infantilde una manera puerilcomo un niño
- The users who complain about the changes are behaving childishly.
- She stuck her tongue out at him childishly.
- I laughed at him loudly, pointing childishly.
- Recently, at the climate meeting, he childishly stormed out because no one liked his ideas.
- She knew she was acting childishly, but she didn't care.
- She was being childishly cheeky, and she had succeeded in getting on his nerves.
- She stamped her feet childishly.
- In a childishly vain manner, she was gathering pillows to throw at him.
- Childishly, I tried to run out of the room but instead collapsed to the floor.
- He tires quickly, quarrels childishly, and competes with his 7-year-old daughter.
- He came up with an idea he called "childishly simple."
- He glorified the idea of being "childishly pure," which makes excellent sense for a man pointedly unable to grow up.
- I was childishly elated to be on the electoral roll for the first time, after 20 years of residential disenfranchisement.
- On the eve of the competition, journalists were charmed by her childishly serious air.
- The back cover has a childishly rendered cartoon cat.
- As luck would have it, he had never seen anybody sketch before, and was childishly delighted.
- My long hair was once was kept childishly short.
- He is tasked with directing the school's annual play, assisted by his childishly hyperactive classroom assistant.
- These are songs they sing with such wide-eyed innocence that it sounds childishly naughty.
- We got the feeling his responses were childishly genuine.