Crossword clues for teen
- "___ Angel" (1960 #1 hit)
- Student driver, usually
- Numerical suffix
- Middle-schooler, maybe
- Freshman, usually
- New driver, usually
- 11-Down, frequently
- New driver, typically
- Many a Nintendo player
- Many a Facebook listee
- "One Tree Hill" target viewer
- Person under 20
- First-year college student, usually
- College freshman, usually
- First-time driver, often
- Many a driver's ed student
- Archie or Veronica
- Wii user, maybe
- Freshman, most likely
- Almost any girl in "Gossip Girl"
- Many a bar mitzvah attendee
- SAT taker, e.g.
- 12-20 filler?
- One who's not yet a twentysomething
- Holden Caulfield, for one
- College freshman, typically
- Typical Justin Bieber fan
- Many a "Twilight" fan
- Olympic female gymnast, typically
- "The ___ Commandments" (1958 hit)
- High schooler, typically
- 23-Across's target reader
- Archie, Betty or Veronica
- Follower of four or six, but not five
- First-time voter, often
- ___ Vogue
- Many a new driver
- Bar mitzvah, e.g.
- Fox's ___ Choice Awards
- Many a Snapchat user
- Many an Instagram user
- ___ idol
- Typical Snapchatter
- ___ Vogue magazine
- Member of Generation Z
- 27-Across taker, typically
- Many a first-time voter
- Chelsea Clinton, e.g.
- High schooler
- Person 'twixt 12 and 20
- Youth magazine
- Tiger Beat reader
- Summer job seeker, often
- YM competitor
- MTV's target viewer
- MTV target
- Popular youth magazine
- 1960 #1 hit "___ Angel"
- "Happy Days" type
- Rebellious one, maybe
- Selective Service registrant, agewise
- Minor, maybe
- 81-Down, often
- Miss ___ USA
- Beavis or Butt-head
- Freshman, probably
- Bar mitzvah boy, barely
- Archie or Jughead
- New driver, maybe
- It may follow four or six, but not five
- "Scream" extra
- Suffix with nine, but not ten
- It follows four but not five
- Magazine with dating tips
- New driver, often
- "90210" extra
- Many a Boy Scout
- "Harold ___" (old comic strip)
- Romeo or Juliet
- One 'twixt 12 and 20
- Many a Jessica Simpson fan
- One recently bar mitzvahed, e.g.
- Bar mitzvah boy, for one
- Comics target
- "___ Wolf," Michael J. Fox film
- One taking driver's ed, perhaps
- Typical Mad reader
- One going off to college, maybe
- New driver, frequently
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Teen \Teen\, n. [OE. tene, AS. te['o]na reproach, wrong, fr.
te['o]n to accuse; akin to G. zeihen, Goth. gateihan to tell,
announce, L. dicere to say. See Token.]
Grief; sorrow; affiction; pain. [Archaic]
With public toil and private teen
Thou sank'st alone.
Teen \Teen\, v. t. [AS. te['o]nian, t?nan, to slander, vex.
To excite; to provoke; to vex; to affict; to injure. [Obs.]
Teen \Teen\, v. t. [See Tine to shut.]
To hedge or fence in; to inclose. [Prov. Eng.]
Teen \Teen\, n. a teenager.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"teen-aged person," 1818 (but rare before 20c.), from -teen. As an adjective meaning "of or for teen-agers," from 1947.
Etymology 1 n. A teenager, a person between 13 and 19 years old. Etymology 2
n. (label en archaic) grief, sorrow; suffering. Etymology 3
vb. 1 (context transitive obsolete English) To excite; to provoke; to vex; to afflict; to injure. 2 (cx reflexive obsolete) To become angry or distressed. Etymology 4
vb. (context transitive obsolete provincial English) To hedge or fence in; to enclose.
A teen or teenager is a person aged from puberty to maturity, (ages ending with "teen").
Teen or teens may also refer to:
- Teen (magazine), an American lifestyle magazine targeted at teens
- Alfred "Teen" Blackburn (1842–1951), American Confederate Civil War veteran
- ESRB Teen Rating
- TEEN (band), an American musical band from Brooklyn
- The Teens, a German Pop/Rock band
- Teen Choice Award
TEEN is an American alternative rock band formed in Brooklyn, New York in 2010. The group consists of Kristina "Teeny" Lieberson, former keyboardist for the Brooklyn band Here We Go Magic, her two sisters Katherine and Lizzie, and Boshra AlSaadi. The Lieberson sisters, daughters of noted composer Peter Lieberson, hail originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
As of March 2015, TEEN is on tour with Will Butler of Arcade Fire.
Usage examples of "teen".
For an advertiser, therefore, success can be measured by the amount of word of mouth generated within schools and other teen communities.
She was in her late teens, wearing a slinky silk dress that revealed an almost androgynous figure, all ribcage and stringy muscle.
Chapter Eigh teen Shelby paused only long enough to call Bob and tell him to get out to the swamp by her house.
Tucker Thompson, anticipating that his crowd would want to lodge at the Bali Hai, checked the place out and satisfied himself that the rooms were clean and the drinks honest, but then he discovered something that sent icicles right up his spine: the Bali Hai was sometimes overrun by hordes of groupies who wanted to be where the action was, and since many of them were delectable and still in their teens, he could foresee disaster.
In his teens and early twenties, he had been a night hound, a haunter of cocktail bars and clubs.
Malthus immediately wondered how someone as young as this mon could have become their lawgiver: he looked to be in no more than his late teens, and the last time Malthus heard, the lawgiver for this place was Nevin Scarface.
She was no glamour girl, but not hard to look at, and he was of a station beneath her in the scientific hierarchya mere corporal in Logistics, barely out of his teens, too low to even be up at the Point.
There were the usual people out enjoying the late August sun - mums with toddlers, a few joggers, a guy on a bench listening to his Walkman and a number of teens hanging out farther down the hill.
He suddenly realized that the orca, by its dorsal fin, size and, hell, demeanor, was no more than a teen, probably a young one.
A girl then, barely out of her teens, pure paisa like him, no native blood, able to trace her family all the way back to Spain.
Haguefort in her late teens to tend to the children of the recently widowed duke, Rosella had been enamored of Lord Stephen.
Stella grew evasive about her teens, or what had brought her to the carnival where Johnny had found her, but she talked freely about the work she had done.
The teener gang that had attacked him had even put chain bruises on his legs.
He stared into the faces of a woman, a teener, a young woman, a handsome middle-aged man, looking for something beside fear, and finding only fear and a mouse like instinctive urge to escape a trap, and a fear of fear that kept them quiet, afraid to express the sense of disaster that filled their imaginations.
A mixed gang of teener kids are holding him in the ruins near West Fifty-third Street.