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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Babies, Children
babyishba‧by‧ish /ˈbeɪbi-ɪʃ/ adjective  DHBSSClike a baby, or suitable for a baby The games were a little babyish for nine-year-olds.
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babyishI didn't notice it myself but looking at the people at school you think how babyish.These lent a world-weary cast to a face that might otherwise have been babyish.They were all turning 4 and they saw drooling as a babyish behavior, something they were proud to be leaving behind.
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