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young (adj.) 1immature, inexperienced, raw
young (adj.) 2in good condition, strong
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AYL I.i.51 [Orlando to Oliver] you are too young in this [i.e. at wrestling]
Cym I.v.41 [Posthumus to Frenchman] I was then a young traveller
Mac III.iv.143 [Macbeth to Lady Macbeth] We are yet but young in deed
TS II.i.231 [Katherina to Petruchio, of his wit] Well aimed of such a young one [pun: 232]