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(noun) 
Definition
a young person
(informal)  All the kids in my class could read.
Synonyms
child
This film is not suitable for children.
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boy
I knew him when he was just a little boy.
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baby
We just had a baby.
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lad
a lad of his age
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teenager
As a teenager he attended the local high school.
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youngster
Other youngsters are not so lucky.
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infant
young mums with infants in prams
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adolescent
Adolescents are happiest with small groups of close friends.
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juvenile
The number of juveniles in the general population has fallen.
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toddler
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tot
The library was full of tots today.
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wean (Scottish)
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little one
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bairn (Scottish, Northern England)
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stripling
a stripling of 20
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sprog (slang)
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munchkin (informal, mainly US)
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rug rat (US, Canadian, informal)
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littlie (Australian, informal)
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ankle-biter (Australian, slang)
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tacker (Australian, slang)
(adjective) 
Definition
younger
(informal)  My kid sister woke up and started crying.
Synonyms
younger
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baby
Serve with baby new potatoes.
(verb) 
Definition
to tease or deceive (someone) for fun
Are you sure you're not kidding me?I'm just kidding.
Synonyms
tease
He teased me mercilessly about going there.
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joke
Don't get defensive, Charlie. I was only joking.
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trick
He'll be upset when he finds out how you tricked him.
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fool
Art dealers fool a lot of people.
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mock
I thought you were mocking me.
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rag (British)
She was ten years older than the youngsters ragging her.
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wind up (British, slang)
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hoax
He recently hoaxed a number of celebrities.
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beguile
He used his newspapers to beguile his readers.
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gull (archaic)
Consumers are no longer so easily gulled into paying extra for a designer label.
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delude
We delude ourselves that we are in control.
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jest
He sat and jested with his cronies.
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bamboozle
He was bamboozled by conmen.
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hoodwink
Many people are hoodwinked by the so-called beauty industry.
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cozen (literary)
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jerk or yank someone's chain (informal)

phrasal verb

See kid yourself

Additional synonyms

in the sense of adolescent
Definition
an adolescent person
Adolescents are happiest with small groups of close friends.
Synonyms
boy,
kid (informal),
lad,
young man,
young woman,
young person,
young adult
in the sense of baby
Definition
a newborn child
We just had a baby.
Synonyms
wean (Scottish),
little one,
bairn (Scottish, Northern England),
suckling,
newborn child,
babe in arms,
sprog (slang),
neonate,
rug rat (US, Canadian, informal),
ankle biter (Australian, slang),
tacker (Australian, slang)
in the sense of baby
Definition
comparatively small of its type
Serve with baby new potatoes.
Synonyms
mini,
wee,
teeny (informal),
pocket-sized,
teeny-weeny (informal),
teensy-weensy (informal),
pygmy or pigmy

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