Definition of Prepubescents

1. prepubescent [n] - See also: prepubescent



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prepubescents

preps
prepster
prepsters
prepsychedelic
prepuberal
prepuberally
prepubertal
prepubertally
prepuberties
prepuberty
prepubescence
prepubescences
prepubescents (current term)
prepublic
prepublication
prepublications
prepublicity
prepuces
prepueblo
prepulse
prepunch
prepunched
prepunches
prepunching

Literary usage of Prepubescents

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1. Principles of Secondary Education by Alexander James Inglis (1918)
"... eighteen per cent failing to pass into the next form as against twenty-seven per cent of failure for the prepubescents at thirteen years of age. ..."

2. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"... found that prepubescents grow slowly in height, weight, and strength. On the contrary, the year of accelerated growth in all these respects is the first ..."

3. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"... for when pupils are divided into groups according to degree of physiological maturity, it is found that prepubescents grow slowly in height, weight, ..."

4. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"... for when pupils are divided into groups according to degree of physiological maturity, it is found that prepubescents grow slowly in height, weight, ..."

5. The Junior High School by Aubrey Augustus Douglass (1917)
"For instance, the prepubescents are fifty-five per cent of the total number at the age of 13.25 years. Some of these, fourteen per cent of all that age, ..."

6. Living Anatomy and Pathology: The Diagnosis of Diseases in Early Life by the by Thomas Morgan Rotch (1910)
"... 125 Precocious and bright children, 63 Premature infant, description of, 39 prepubescents, scholarship of, 52 Primary areolae, 27 Pryor, 58 Radius, ..."

7. Report. [1st]-4th. 1915, 1917-19 by Department of Superindence (1915)
"For instance, the prepubescents are fifty-five per cent of the total number at the age of 13.25 years. Some of these, fourteen per cent of all that age, ..."

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