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babyhood in Children topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbabyhoodba‧by‧hood /ˈbeɪbihʊd/ noun [uncountable]  SSCthe period of time when you are a baby
Examples from the Corpus
babyhoodCrying Crying is a perennial problem with young children from babyhood on.Chewing and sucking are comforting for the human being and the roots of this go right back into babyhood.The artlessness of babyhood is still there.I know their bodies, those boys who are just out of babyhood, as well as my own.These are not baby habits, but they are habits which have a link with babyhood experiences.