In other words, his childhood question to his mother has by definition no answer — and furthermore, must have none.
Hoping I might find a clue to his identity, I started researching my childhood medical records.
Hilton, who at one time exorcised her childhood demons by turning to comedy, said she is unable to laugh anymore.
More boys than girls take these drugs in childhood, but more adult women than men were prescribed them in the last decade.
“I had already achieved my childhood dream,” he says of his success in music; it was time to do something different.
As for Cucurullo, he had been inured to hardship and misery in his childhood.
He dwelt on the childhood of Philothea with peculiar pleasure.
And yet I like to think that you are happy amid your own family, in the place where your childhood was spent.
He's getting old, and he's come along into his second childhood.
Since the years of his childhood Nero had never heard such a sentence from any man.
childhood child·hood (chīld'hud')
The period of life between infancy and puberty.