So I simply focused on another British movie star who has depended on his juvenile appeal and not his puerile one.
This eight-minute piece of puerile propaganda features the warm and winning voice of Ed Asner.
The results were strange, compelling, puerile, trashy and slightly brilliant—laser-targeted towards young Israeli males.
But for these two puerile sports fans, the evening was almost as much about the play-by-play as how things turned out.
This puerile feature in a nature which was conspicuously manly had often given rise to comment and conjecture.
This attempt to divert the conversation was too puerile, and Mrs. Honeychurch resented it.
Fellows shivered, attempted some puerile protest, balked, and stammeringly obeyed his restless and irritated companion.
How diminutive and puerile must seem the houses and cities of human fashioning!
What he has accomplished makes all my puttering about at what, after all, was pure charity, a puerile sort of service.
Their falsehoods were puerile, their affirmations ridiculous.
1660s, "youthful, boyish," a back-formation from puerility, or else from French puéril (15c.), from Latin puerilis "boyish; childish," from puer "boy, child" (see puerility). Disparaging sense, "juvenile, immature," is from 1680s.