Babyish - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈbeɪbiɪʃ|  American pronunciation of the word babyish
Brit.  |ˈbeɪbɪɪʃ|  British pronunciation of the word babyish

adjective

- characteristic of a baby

babyish tears and petulance

Examples

I hear the baby crying.

The baby is just learning to crawl.

My sister is the baby of the family.

“Only 32? Oh, you're just a baby!”

When it comes to getting shots, I'm a real baby.

Don't be such a baby—you'll get your turn.

Nothing's gone right since my baby went away.

That boy will never learn to stand up for himself if you don't stop babying him.

It looked like he was babying his injured foot.

The games were a little babyish for nine-year-olds.

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