youngsternoun [C]uk /ˈjʌŋ.stər/ us /-stɚ/
- Scott leaped to the rescue when he spotted the youngster in difficulty.
- At that time, I was still a wide-eyed youngster.
- Sports stars are role models for thousands of youngsters.
- The study revealed that Asian youngsters are streaking ahead in the race to get into university.
- Most supporting bands tend to be youngsters, and rarely upstage the star.