Some sufferers will die in childhood, but the majority with this type will live to adulthood.
Below is a list of locations where I resided from childhood to adulthood.
A basketball player in her teen years, Goldberg became a veteran of various exercise fads in adulthood.
The moral duties and doubts of adulthood are swapped out for the histrionic creeds of adolescence.
Let Me In is definitely about that particular chasm between childhood and adulthood.
We treat it simply as a privation because we are measuring it by adulthood as a fixed standard.
Dreams of adulthood, dealing with the present or the future, indicate progression.
This is most inconsiderate, and naturally leads to a corresponding disrespect for adulthood on the part of the child.
It leads, too, in due time, to a lack of reverence for adulthood.
Oh, to be out of school, at the end of that first day of adulthood!
adult a·dult (ə-dŭlt', ād'ŭlt)
One who has attained maturity or legal age.
A fully grown, mature organism.
Euphemistically meaning unsuitable for children: adult entertainment (1950s+)