The period of full age varies widely in different systems, as do also the disabilities attaching to nonage (non-age).
They are a piece of stubborn antiquity, compared with which Stonehenge is in its nonage.
That assumption of mannishness which sat so prettily on his nonage was rendered inconspicuous by his majority.
The youth in his nonage, and the gray-haired and very aged man were there.
In my nonage I believed humanity could be reformed if only it were intelligently preached at for a sufficiently long period.
Kings in their dotage and princes in their nonage wooed her.
nonage, "the nonage of this gentleman" (N53,d), legal minority.
Marriages are usually arranged by mothers in nonage, but consulting the destined bride.
I wonder how I could be such a fool as to give my confidence to one still in his nonage!
Had not he himself made anti-national treaties almost before he was out of his nonage?