Synonyms of young in English:

young


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adjective

1‘I hate to see a young man throwing his life away’

SYNONYMS
youthful, juvenile
junior, adolescent, teenage, teenaged
immature, childlike, babyish, boyish, girlish
in the springtime of life, in one's salad days
informal teen
ANTONYMS

old, elderly, mature

2‘a very agreeable young wine’

SYNONYMS
new, recent, fresh, immature, undeveloped, developing, in the making, in its infancy
ANTONYMS

mature


noun

1‘female flycatchers usually raise five or six young’

SYNONYMS
offspring, progeny, family, children, issue, little ones, youngsters, babies
sons, daughters, heirs, descendants, successors, scions
informal kids, kiddies, nippers, tots, tinies
British informal sprogs
North American informal rug rats
Australian, New Zealand informal ankle-biters
literary babes, the fruit of one's loins
rare progeniture

2the young

SYNONYMS
young people, youths, children, boys and girls, youngsters, young ones, the younger generation, the next generation, juveniles, minors, schoolboys, schoolgirls, whippersnappers, striplings
informal kids, kiddies, young 'uns, lads, lasses