youthful en Grec
Nevertheless, gold soon gained the upper hand, and that deadly passion soon extinguished the youthful glow.
Although about fifty years old, he still maintained a youthful vigor cultivated by exercise. Wrinkled, bony and strong, he tried to dissimulate his uncouthness as a man of battle under a suave and indolent laziness.
as no other man had. Her eyes, with an irresistible desire for comparison, sought Julio's, admiring his youthful grace and distinction. The image of Laurier, heavy and ordinary, came into her mind as a consolation.
Desnoyers read the title, "The Apocalypse Illustrated." The engravings were by Albert Durer, a youthful effort, when the master was only twenty-seven years old.
Julio had made good his escape upon learning that this beauty of youthful elegance, when seen from the back, had two grandchildren.
stylish and anaemic young men, graduate students with worn jackets, pale faces and thick glasses, and youthful priests who were smiling rather shamefacedly as though they had been caught at some ridiculous escapade.
... In my opinion that man changed his former, possibly over-youthful but yet sound ideas, too abruptly.
But Miss Knag wore clothes of a very youthful pattern, and perhaps her feelings took the same shape.
Ever since he had come to the town as a master in the school he had detested his own youthful appearance.
I know you want to look and feel youthful and not get old before your time.
1. active: enthusiastic, vigourous, fresh, limber, lithe, buoyant, prankish
2. young: childlike, adolescent, juvenile