It was sweet and funny and self-deprecating, nothing like the infantile behavior she had just displayed.
At one point, Valle offered an apology to anybody who had been “hurt, shocked or offended by my infantile actions.”
It's how we project our own catastrophe of infantile adulthood.
He called this phenomenon of reactivation or secondary exaggeration of infantile reminiscences "regression."
infantile paradoxy is, however, very different to senile paradoxy.
It is in Northern Syria that its rudest and most infantile attempts have been found.
It is infantile paralysis, a disease common with delicate children.
infantile paradoxy must not be confounded with certain forms of masturbation, to which we shall return.
First that infantile, inexcusable business of the shutters, and now this!
This last consideration is one of very great importance, and I hope will not be much longer overlooked in infantile education.
infantile in·fan·tile (ĭn'fən-tīl', -tĭl)
Of or relating to infants or infancy.
Displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity; extremely childish.