Family Children

Family Children

Split up (phrasal verb): separate, break up, end a relationship.

The couple decided to split up after realizing they were no longer happy together.

Amenities (noun): facilities, conveniences, services.

The hotel had many amenities, including a pool, gym, and restaurant.

Garage (noun): car park, parking space, car storage.

He parked his car in the garage to keep it safe and secure.

Balcony (noun): outdoor platform, patio, terrace.

The balcony provided a beautiful view of the city and a relaxing place to sit outside.

Cuddle (verb): embrace, hug, snuggle.

She loves to cuddle with her partner and feel close to them.

Companion (noun): friend, partner, mate.

The dog was a loyal companion and provided comfort to its owner.

Physical abuse (noun): violence, harm, physical assault.

Physical abuse is a serious issue that can have long-lasting effects on the victim.

Mistreat (verb): abuse, mistreatment, harm.

The animal welfare organization works to prevent animals from being mistreated and abused.

Step relations (noun): relationships formed through remarriage, stepfamily, blended family. Her step relations included two stepbrothers and a stepsister from her father's previous marriage.

Intimacy (noun): closeness, familiarity, emotional connection.

Intimacy can be both physical and emotional and is important for building and maintaining relationships.

Intervention (noun): action is taken to prevent or improve a situation, involvement, or interference. The intervention of family and friends helped her get through a difficult time.

Innocence (noun): purity, naivety, lack of guilt.

The innocence of the child was evident in their carefree and curious nature.

Tragedy (noun): disaster, catastrophe, sad event.

The community came together to support each other after the tragedy of the natural disaster.

Abandoned (adjective): deserted, left behind, forsaken.

The abandoned building had been empty for years and was in disrepair.

Aggression (noun): hostility, violence, anger.

Aggression can be a natural response to a threatening situation, but can also be harmful if unchecked.

Remedy (noun/verb): solution, cure, fix.

She sought a remedy for her back pain and tried different treatments until she found one that worked.

Adulthood (noun): the period of life after adolescence, maturity, grown-up years.

Adulthood comes with its own set of responsibilities and challenges.

Childhood (noun): the period of life from infancy to adolescence, youth, early years.

Childhood memories often shape who we become as adults.

Solitary (adjective): alone, isolated, lonely.

 He enjoyed spending time in solitary activities such as reading and painting.

Maternity (noun): motherhood, pregnancy, maternity leave.

The company offered maternity leave for new mothers to spend time with their newborns.

Conceive (verb): become pregnant, conceive a child, conceive of an idea.

She was overjoyed to conceive after trying for many years to start a family.

Infant (noun): newborn, baby, young child.

The infant was sleeping peacefully in their crib.

Traumatize (verb): cause emotional harm, traumatize, shock.

The traumatic event left her with emotional scars that took years to heal.

Widower (noun): a man whose spouse has died, bereaved husband.

The widower struggled to cope with the loss of his wife and sought support from friends and family.

Nuclear family (noun): a family unit consisting of parents and their children, immediate family. The nuclear family structure has become less common in recent years, with more families consisting of single parents or blended families.

Juvenile (adjective/noun): young, adolescent, underage.

The juvenile suspect was apprehended by the police for his involvement in the robbery.

Juvenile delinquency (noun): youth crime, youth offending, criminal behavior by young people.

The increase in juvenile delinquency has led to concerns about the safety of communities.

Sibling (noun): brother or sister, sibling relationship.

Growing up with siblings can be a source of support and companionship throughout one's life.

Foster family (noun): a family that cares for and raises a child who is not their biological child, foster parents.

The foster family provided a stable and loving home for the child while their biological parents were unable to care for them.

Second-class citizen (noun): a person who is treated as inferior or of lower status, discrimination against, marginalization.

She felt like a second-class citizen because of the way she was treated at work.

Spouse (noun): husband or wife, marital partner.

She and her spouse had been married for 25 years and had built a life together.

Baby boom (noun): a sudden increase in the birth rate, a generation of people born during a particular time period.

The baby boom generation has had a significant impact on society and the economy.

Population density (noun): the number of people living in a certain area, population concentration.

Cities often have a higher population density than rural areas due to the concentration of people and resources.

Distribution of population (noun): the way in which people are spread out across an area, population distribution.

The distribution of population in the country has shifted over time as people have migrated to urban areas.

Offspring (noun): children or young of a particular parent or parents, descendants.

The offspring of the two animals were a combination of their physical traits and characteristics.

Dwelling (noun): a place where people live, residence, house.

The dwelling had a cozy and welcoming atmosphere that made her feel at home.

Pediatrics (noun): the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents, pediatric medicine.

She specialized in pediatrics and enjoyed working with young patients.

Folks (noun): people, individuals, community.

The folks in the small town were friendly and welcoming to newcomers.

Twenty somethings (noun): people in their twenties, young adults.

Many twenty somethings are focused on building their careers and finding their place in the world.

Thirty somethings (noun): people in their thirties, young professionals.

The thirty somethings were starting to settle down and build their families.

Porch (noun): an outdoor area at the entrance of a house, veranda, patio.

She enjoyed sitting on the porch and watching the world go by.

Guardian (noun): a person who is legally responsible for the care of someone who is unable to care for themselves, caretaker.

The guardian was appointed by the court to take care of the child's financial and personal affairs.

Will (noun): a legal document that outlines a person's wishes for the distribution of their property after their death, last will and testament.

She wrote her will to ensure that her assets were distributed according to her wishes after her death.

Bungalow (noun): a small house or cottage with a low-pitched roof and wide front porch, single-story house.

The bungalow had a cozy and welcoming atmosphere that made it feel like home.

Heterosexual (adjective/noun): attracted to the opposite sex, straight.

She identified as heterosexual and had only been in relationships with men.

Kinship (noun): family relationship, blood relation, kin.

The family's strong sense of kinship was evident in the way they supported and cared for each other.

Nurture (verb/noun): care, upbringing, upbringing and education.

She believed that the love and nurture provided by parents during childhood had a significant impact on a child's development.

Autism (noun): a developmental disorder that affects communication and social interaction, autistic spectrum disorder.

Children with autism may have difficulty with social cues and may exhibit repetitive behaviors or interests.

Interpersonal (adjective): relating to relationships or communication between people, social. Her interpersonal skills were highly valued in her job as a therapist, as she was able to build strong relationships with her clients.

Temperament (noun): a person's characteristic emotional response, disposition, personality. Her cheerful and outgoing temperament made her popular with her peers and colleagues.

Separation anxiety (noun): a fear or distress experienced by young children when separated from their primary caregiver, separation anxiety disorder.

The child's separation anxiety made it difficult for him to attend preschool without his mother.

Prodigy (noun): a highly talented or gifted person, genius, wonder.

The young musician was a prodigy, performing at an advanced level well beyond his years.

Myopia (noun): nearsightedness, a condition in which distant objects appear blurry.

She was diagnosed with myopia in her childhood and had to wear glasses to correct her vision.

Judicious (adjective): showing good judgment, wise, sensible.

The judge's decision was seen as judicious, taking into account all of the relevant facts and evidence.

Cohabit (verb): to live together, coexist, reside.

The couple decided to cohabit before getting married to see if they were compatible living together.

Filial (adjective): of or relating to a son or daughter, family.

The filial bond between the mother and her children was strong, based on love and mutual respect.

Tug-of-love (noun): a legal dispute over custody or guardianship of a child, custody battle.

The tug-of-love between the parents was emotionally draining for everyone involved.

Formative years (noun): the period of childhood and adolescence during which a person's personality and beliefs are formed, developmental years.

The experiences and relationships of a person's formative years can have a lasting impact on their development and outlook on life.

Depopulation (noun): a decline in population, population decrease, demographic decline.

The depopulation of the rural area was a concern for policymakers, who were trying to find ways to encourage young people to stay and build their lives in the community.


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