There was no YouTube or social media; the Internet was in its infancy.
The uniformity of Facebook games is probably a sign of the genre's infancy.
The most direct mail route was not the one best suited for human travel in a time when railroading was still in its infancy.
However, Kuniak is hopeful for the future, stating this type of therapy is still “in its infancy.”
To be sure, all the tools are in their infancy and have their limitations.
It was otherwise in the infancy of artillery and military engineering.
She bore him six children, three of whom died in their infancy.
All cases of phimosis should be operated upon in infancy, by complete or partial circumcision.
The boatmen were men of a gentle race, who had been taught from infancy to revere the exercises of the church.
“Radio is yet in its infancy,” the doctor concluded, as he rose to go.
infancy in·fan·cy (ĭn'fən-sē)
The earliest period of childhood, especially before the ability to walk has been acquired.
The state of being an infant.