• WordNet 3.6
    • n preteenager a preadolescent boy or girl (usually between 9 and 12 years of age) "little league is intended for the preteens"
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If you were a preteenager in the 1950s and had precocious friends or a with-it dad, it's a good bet you knew the cartoons of Basil Wolverton, the Michelangelo of Mad magazine, even if you didn't know his name.
She writes a regular column on preteenagers for Parent and Child magazine.
Because joining doesn't require a credit card, though, a preteenager can slip through by falsifying his or her birth date.
If your preteenager uses Facebook, delete the account or ask Facebook to by using its "report an underage child" form.
"Here's how it works," Mike says as a redheaded preteenager preps a red dog.
WHEN Corinne May Botz was a preteenager in Glen Rock, N.J. She and her two sisters appeared on a segment of "Good Morning America" as the "bad example," she said recently, in a story about children's messy bedrooms.
As a preteenager , she meditated in the forest.
(No comic books for this preteenager .
While still a preteenager she even collaborated with them on several strips about the family that were collected in "The Complete Dirty Laundry Comics" (Last Gasp, 1993).
It's easier when they're young — tolerating a stumbling toddler is far different from allowing a preteenager to meet her friends at the mall.
An infectious blend of grown-up sass and kidlike petulance, "Whip My Hair" is the rare song by a preteenager to be embraced across demographic lines, something not achieved even by the most famous Disney acts.
Or questionable sales techniques aimed at my preteenager .