Word "TEEN" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
being of the age 13 through 19
Synonyms:
adolescent, teenage, teenaged
Examples:
teenage mothers
the teen years

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
Synonyms:
adolescent, stripling, teenager

Crossword Clues for TEEN

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Clue Source Date
Adolescent USA Today 23 Jun 2022
Youth infinite, endless to some extent? The Telegraph Toughie 21 Jun 2022
Many a driver's ed enrollee New York Times 15 Jun 2022
Many a prom queen, age-wise Universal 13 Jun 2022
Numerical suffix Newsday 12 Jun 2022
Adolescent USA Today 22 May 2022
Adolescent Canadiana 16 May 2022
New driver, often Thomas Joseph 09 May 2022
Many a college applicant, age-wise USA Today 05 May 2022
__ Vogue The Washington Post 24 Apr 2022
__ Vogue LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2022
Common driving school client Newsday 17 Apr 2022
Typical AP class student The Washington Post Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Frosh, probably LA Times Daily 10 Apr 2022
Frosh, probably The Washington Post 10 Apr 2022
New driver, often Thomas Joseph 05 Apr 2022
First-time biology student, usually The Washington Post 31 Mar 2022
First-time biology student, usually LA Times Daily 31 Mar 2022
Frequent texter Newsday 27 Mar 2022
Many a 'Never Have I Ever' character USA Today 22 Mar 2022
___ drama ('Skins' genre) USA Today 21 Mar 2022
Bat mitzvah girl, maybe Universal 18 Mar 2022
New driver, often Thomas Joseph 15 Mar 2022
Future twentysomething Universal 11 Mar 2022
Many a 'Euphoria' character USA Today 10 Mar 2022
Adolescent Newsday 07 Mar 2022
Person into gaming, typically Family Time 06 Mar 2022
High schooler, usually LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2022
High schooler, usually The Washington Post 01 Mar 2022
'you're telling me a cis ___ built this chapel?' (@RileyJohnSavage tweet) USA Today 19 Feb 2022
Suffix for 'four,' but not 'three' or 'five' USA Today 16 Feb 2022
Adolescent Eugene Sheffer 15 Feb 2022
Typical prom attendee Universal 03 Feb 2022
Adolescent Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2022
Typical high schooler Newsday 02 Feb 2022
Babysitter, often Wall Street Journal 13 Jan 2022
New driver, often Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2022
Freshman, usually Thomas Joseph 25 Dec 2021
With 14 Across, adolescent Canadiana 20 Dec 2021
Typical AP exam taker The Washington Post Sunday 19 Dec 2021
Adolescent USA Today 02 Dec 2021
Student driver, often Wall Street Journal 26 Oct 2021
Many an "Eighth Grade" character Universal 25 Oct 2021
Adolescent Newsday 12 Oct 2021
Fox’s ___ Choice Awards New York Times 08 Oct 2021
Emerging consumer Newsday 02 Oct 2021
YA fiction reader, usually USA Today 30 Sep 2021
Adolescent Universal 19 Sep 2021
Many a 'Buffy' character The Washington Post 10 Sep 2021
Many a "Buffy" character LA Times Daily 10 Sep 2021
Typical TikTok user Universal 03 Sep 2021
"Glee" character, usually LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2021
'Glee' character, usually The Washington Post 26 Aug 2021
Adolescent USA Today 16 Aug 2021
Prom attendee The Washington Post 04 Aug 2021
Prom attendee LA Times Daily 04 Aug 2021
Certain Snapchatter Universal 31 Jul 2021
Many a TikTok user Wall Street Journal 19 Jul 2021
She's not quite 20 Newsday 11 Jul 2021
Freshman, usually Thomas Joseph 10 Jul 2021
Many a first-time voter Newsday 10 Jul 2021
One may spend hours on TikTok Universal 05 Jul 2021
Participant in a “Jeopardy!” tournament Wall Street Journal 29 Jun 2021
Numerical suffix Newsday 06 Jun 2021
Nirvana's 'Smells Like ___ Spirit' New York Times 02 Jun 2021
Many a TikToker Universal 22 May 2021
Romeo or Juliet LA Times Daily 21 May 2021
Romeo or Juliet The Washington Post 21 May 2021
MTV's "__ Wolf" LA Times Daily 15 May 2021
MTV's '__ Wolf' The Washington Post 15 May 2021
LeBron James in his N.B.A. debut, e.g New York Times 02 May 2021
Quinceañera celebrant, e.g New York Times 23 Apr 2021
Tenth grader, typically Newsday 23 Apr 2021
Learner's permit holder, often Universal 22 Apr 2021
Many a freshman The Washington Post 21 Apr 2021
Many a freshman LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2021
Freshman, usually Thomas Joseph 13 Apr 2021
New driver, often Thomas Joseph 12 Apr 2021
Many a Snapchat user LA Times Daily 10 Apr 2021
Many a Snapchat user The Washington Post 10 Apr 2021
High schooler, usually Wall Street Journal 05 Apr 2021
Typical student driver Universal 31 Mar 2021
Many a character on HBO's 'Euphoria' The Washington Post 17 Mar 2021
Many a character on HBO's "Euphoria" LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2021
Adolescent Newsday 15 Mar 2021
Freshman, usually Jonesin 09 Mar 2021
Malala Yousafzai was one when she won a Nobel Prize Universal 28 Feb 2021
Future twentysomething Universal 27 Feb 2021
Typical young adult novel reader Universal 09 Feb 2021
Many a gamer The Washington Post 04 Feb 2021
Many a gamer LA Times Daily 04 Feb 2021
Adolescent Eugene Sheffer 23 Jan 2021
Many a singer on “Kidz Bop” Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2021
Prom attendee Thomas Joseph 20 Jan 2021
Malia Obama, during her father's second term Universal 16 Jan 2021
10 Across attendee Newsday 21 Dec 2020
__ Vogue LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2020
__ Vogue The Washington Post 11 Dec 2020
One may be allowed to smoke but not drink Universal 07 Dec 2020
Quinceanera celebrant, age-wise Universal 28 Nov 2020
Freshman, typically Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2020
Many a TikTok user Wall Street Journal 23 Nov 2020
Kid that can have a cellphone [S] Jonesin 20 Oct 2020
'___ Beach Movie' (Disney movie) USA Today 17 Oct 2020
___ Choice Awards New York Times 25 Sep 2020
Rebellious one, often Wall Street Journal 22 Sep 2020
Typical SAT taker The Washington Post Sunday 06 Sep 2020
Romeo or Juliet New York Times 22 Aug 2020
What no Little Leaguer can be Newsday 14 Aug 2020
Twentysomething's little sibling, maybe Universal 11 Aug 2020
Nirvana’s “Smells Like ___ Spirit” Wall Street Journal 21 Jul 2020
Ending with four or six, but not three or five New York Times 08 Jul 2020
Typical high schooler Wall Street Journal 29 Jun 2020
One starting college, typically New York Times 29 Jun 2020
Adolescent USA Today 25 Jun 2020
New high school graduate, usually Universal 25 Jun 2020
Archie or Veronica, always Universal 16 Jun 2020
Word before 'angst' or 'Titans' USA Today 12 Jun 2020
Former tot Newsday 12 Jun 2020
Middle school grad, often The Washington Post Sunday 31 May 2020
Many a millennial in the early 2000s The Washington Post Sunday 24 May 2020
Adolescent Canadiana 18 May 2020
Typical college freshman Universal 18 May 2020
YA fiction reader The Washington Post 29 Mar 2020
YA fiction reader LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2020
Many a TikTok user New York Times 24 Mar 2020
"High School Musical" extra LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2020
'High School Musical' extra The Washington Post 19 Mar 2020
Many a 'Riverdale' character USA Today 12 Mar 2020
Many a prom attendee Wall Street Journal 07 Mar 2020
Many a 'Twilight' character The Washington Post 05 Mar 2020
Many a "Twilight" character LA Times Daily 05 Mar 2020
Many a middle schooler New York Times 27 Feb 2020
Suffix with ump- The Washington Post 02 Feb 2020
Suffix with ump- LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2020
Many a 'Buffy' character The Washington Post 01 Feb 2020
Many a "Buffy" character LA Times Daily 01 Feb 2020
Typical reader of John Green novels
Many a 'Trinkets' character, age-wise USA Today 31 Dec 2019
Many a TikTok user
Many a character in 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Dec 2019
Stereotypical angst sufferer The Washington Post 08 Dec 2019
Stereotypical angst sufferer LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2019
Many a freshman, age-wise Universal 05 Dec 2019
Many a new driver Universal 29 Nov 2019
Older youngster Wall Street Journal 20 Nov 2019
Adolescent LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2019
Adolescent The Washington Post 21 Oct 2019
Many a "Freaks and Geeks" character LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2019
Many a 'Freaks and Geeks' character The Washington Post 13 Oct 2019
Child between 12 and 20 Newsday 08 Oct 2019
First-time voter, perhaps USA Today 02 Oct 2019
College freshman, usually USA Today 30 Sep 2019
Archie or Jughead USA Today 21 Sep 2019
Many a gamer USA Today 20 Sep 2019
New driver, typically Newsday 19 Sep 2019
Fake ID user, commonly USA Today 17 Sep 2019
Many a college freshman USA Today 16 Aug 2019
Typical learner's permit holder USA Today 08 Aug 2019
Person between 12 and 20 Family Time 04 Aug 2019
__ Beat: old fan mag The Washington Post 31 Jul 2019
__ Beat: old fan mag LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2019
Many a Snapchatter Universal 31 Jul 2019
Many a McJob holder USA Today 31 Jul 2019
Junior prom attendee LA Times Daily 25 Jul 2019
Junior prom attendee The Washington Post 25 Jul 2019
Juliet Capulet or Holden Caulfield, agewise New York Times 22 Jul 2019
High-schooler, typically The Washington Post 15 Jul 2019
Many a youth Premier Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Fake ID user, often New York Times 02 Jul 2019
Typical high-schooler Universal 01 Jul 2019
Digital native, often New York Times 15 Jun 2019
Someone who is not yet 20 New York Times 10 Jun 2019
Young adult Family Time 26 May 2019
Adolescent The Telegraph Quick 23 May 2019
Child not quite 20 Newsday 14 May 2019
Beginning driver, usually USA Today 02 May 2019
Bat mitzvah attendee Universal 29 Apr 2019
Soon-to-be adult Family Time 22 Apr 2019
High school student Canadiana 22 Apr 2019
Prom attendee, usually USA Today 11 Apr 2019
Adolescent (informal) The Sun Two Speed 18 Mar 2019
Youngster in plate engraving The Sun Two Speed 18 Mar 2019
Adolescent Premier Sunday 10 Mar 2019
Student driver, usually USA Today 06 Mar 2019
Suffix with four, but not five USA Today 24 Feb 2019
Many a character in Ann M. Martin's 'The Baby-Sitters Club' New York Times 06 Feb 2019
Typical summer intern New York Times 03 Feb 2019
High school freshman, usually USA Today 13 Jan 2019
Bat mitzvah attendee
College freshman, usually
Suffix with four, but not five
Beginning driver, usually
Many a McJob holder
Student driver, usually
High school freshman, usually
Typical learner's permit holder
First-time voter, perhaps
Typical high-schooler
Typical summer intern
Archie or Jughead
Many a gamer
Fake ID user, often
Digital native, often
Adolescent
Many a "Freaks and Geeks" character
Junior prom attendee
Many a gamer
High-schooler, typically
Many a character in Ann M. Martin's "The Baby-Sitters Club"
Many a Snapchatter
Many a freshman, age-wise
Juliet Capulet or Holden Caulfield, agewise
Prom attendee, usually
Many a college freshman
Fake ID user, commonly
Someone who is not yet 20
__ Beat: old fan mag
One twixt 12 and 20 New York Times 24 Dec 2018
Typical high-schooler Newsday 23 Dec 2018
Many a summer temp USA Today 22 Dec 2018
Any Ninja Turtle USA Today 19 Dec 2018
Typical Girls' Life reader USA Today 03 Dec 2018
Cardinal number suffix USA Today 26 Nov 2018
Bar mitzvah boy, e.g Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2018
Many a first-time voter Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2018
Near-adult Universal 11 Nov 2018
Neon's atomic number The Washington Post Sunday 28 Oct 2018
A minor Wall Street Journal 13 Oct 2018
Typical 'Belieber' USA Today 04 Oct 2018
Video game rating LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2018
Video game rating The Washington Post 03 Oct 2018
Promgoer, probably USA Today 20 Sep 2018
Adolescent New York Times 17 Sep 2018
High-schooler, typically LA Times Daily 11 Sep 2018
Of 13 to 19 year olds The Times Concise 24 Aug 2018
High-schooler, usually USA Today 28 Jul 2018
McJob trainee, often USA Today 13 Jul 2018
"___ Mom" The New Yorker 09 Jul 2018
Archie or Jughead, perpetually USA Today 25 Jun 2018
Pre-twentysomething New York Times 25 Jun 2018
Accommodated in Harrogate, English youngster The Telegraph Cryptic 21 May 2018
High schooler, usually USA Today 17 May 2018
Many a new driver USA Today 05 May 2018
High-school kid The Washington Post 30 Apr 2018
High-school kid LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2018
Typical prom-goer Family Time 30 Apr 2018
New driver, usually LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2018
New driver, usually The Washington Post 20 Apr 2018
College freshman, often Universal 16 Apr 2018
Frequent texter Newsday 14 Mar 2018
Youngster -- figure inspiring exasperation primarily The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Mar 2018
Typical habitual texter Newsday 09 Mar 2018
Romeo or Juliet USA Today 07 Mar 2018
Follower of four or six, but not five New York Times 24 Feb 2018
Student driver, often Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2018
LeBron James, as a rookie USA Today 04 Feb 2018
Typical college freshman New York Times 18 Jan 2018
Youngster's driving assistant inside in panic The Telegraph Toughie 12 Jan 2018
Many a summer job holder USA Today 09 Jan 2018
New driver, usually
Typical college freshman
High-school kid
Many a Snapchat user
Many a freshman
Video game rating
Near-adult
College freshman, often
Many a first-time voter
Many a camp counselor
Bar mitzvah boy, e.g.
Babysitter, frequently
A minor
Typical Girls' Life reader
Typical "Belieber"
Promgoer, probably
McJob trainee, often
Many a summer temp
Many a summer job holder
Many a new driver
LeBron James, as a rookie
High-schooler, usually
High schooler, usually
Cardinal number suffix
Archie or Jughead, perpetually
Any Ninja Turtle
Adolescent
Follower of four or six, but not five
One twixt 12 and 20
Pre-twentysomething
High schooler Family Time 25 Dec 2017
High-schooler, e.g Universal 20 Dec 2017
Adolescent, then adult-to-be The Guardian Speedy 10 Dec 2017
Any of the Ninja Turtles New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Many a Generation Z member, now New York Times 08 Dec 2017
Many a bar mitzvah attendee New York Times 30 Nov 2017
___ Vogue Jonesin 28 Nov 2017
Suffix for some numbers Universal 14 Nov 2017
Young adult Universal 06 Nov 2017
Archie or Jughead, since 1941 USA Today 03 Nov 2017
Many a mall rat USA Today 22 Oct 2017
One under 20 New York Times 16 Oct 2017
Many a Taylor Swift fan USA Today 10 Oct 2017
Prom attendee Universal 08 Oct 2017
Adult-to-be Newsday 05 Oct 2017
Young person The Times Concise 04 Oct 2017
Typical high schooler Newsday 03 Oct 2017
Any high schooler Universal 26 Sep 2017
High schooler, typically Newsday 12 Sep 2017
Mark Zuckerberg when founding Facebook, e.g New York Times 20 Aug 2017
Holden Caulfield, for one The Washington Post 18 Aug 2017
Holden Caulfield, for one LA Times Daily 18 Aug 2017
This puzzle's constructor, for one New York Times 21 Jul 2017
Ball ___ hammer Universal 11 Jul 2017
Minor soon to reach adulthood Universal 02 Jul 2017
Typical Snapchatter New York Times 01 Jul 2017
Typical high school student Universal 30 Jun 2017
___ Vogue New York Times 30 Jun 2017
Holden Caulfield, for one The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Jun 2017
College applicant, usually USA Today 21 Jun 2017
Parent's "ager"? Universal 17 Jun 2017
People aged 13 to 19 Canadiana 29 May 2017
Many a first-time voter New York Times 03 May 2017
High-schooler, usually Newsday 24 Apr 2017
Many a manga fan LA Times Daily 24 Apr 2017
Many a manga fan The Washington Post 24 Apr 2017
Mock-election participant Newsday 21 Apr 2017
'Christopher Cool: ___ Agent' (1960s juvenile series) The Chronicle of Higher Education 31 Mar 2017
New driver, usually Thomas Joseph 14 Mar 2017
27-Across taker, typically New York Times 07 Mar 2017
"High School Musical" extra USA Today 02 Mar 2017
Any of the Ninja Turtles, agewise The Washington Post 20 Feb 2017
High school junior, usually LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2017
Jeremy of "Zits," e.g USA Today 22 Jan 2017
Nancy Drew, for one The Washington Post 22 Jan 2017
Alexander or Cookie Bumstead USA Today 21 Jan 2017
Learner's permit holder, often USA Today 13 Jan 2017
Olympic gymnast, often Newsday 12 Jan 2017
High school student Canadiana 02 Jan 2017
Ball ___ hammer
Any high schooler
"Christopher Cool: ___ Agent" (1960s juvenile series)
Holden Caulfield, for one
High-schooler, e.g.
High school junior, usually
Holden Caulfield, for one
Many a manga fan
Romeo or Juliet
__ Vogue
Many a mall rat
Many a Taylor Swift fan
Learner's permit holder, often
Jeremy of "Zits," e.g.
College applicant, usually
Archie or Jughead, since 1941
"High School Musical" extra
27-Across taker, typically
Any of the Ninja Turtles
Many a Generation Z member, now
Many a bar mitzvah attendee
Many a first-time voter
Mark Zuckerberg when founding Facebook, e.g.
One under 20
Romeo or Juliet
This puzzle's constructor, for one
Typical Snapchatter
___ Vogue
Young adult
Typical high school student
Suffix for some numbers
Prom attendee
Parent's "ager"?
Minor soon to reach adulthood
___ Titans (DC Comics superhero group) The Washington Post 27 Dec 2016
Many an Olympic gymnast USA Today 31 Oct 2016
Practically any high schooler Universal 25 Oct 2016
New driver, usually Wall Street Journal 17 Oct 2016
Student driver, usually Newsday 16 Oct 2016
Prom attendee, as a rule The Washington Post 11 Oct 2016
"The Hunger Games" extra LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2016
Many a senior LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2016
Many a college freshman The Washington Post 08 Oct 2016
Many a prom attendee The Washington Post 04 Oct 2016
High schooler, most likely USA Today 04 Oct 2016
Many a driver's ed pupil Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2016
"Belieber," most likely USA Today 10 Sep 2016
High schooler Universal 09 Sep 2016
Typical Aeropostale shopper Wall Street Journal 08 Sep 2016
Soon-to-be adult Universal 27 Aug 2016
Many an MTV viewer USA Today 19 Aug 2016
It can follow six or seven, but not five The Washington Post 14 Aug 2016
"Glee" extra LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2016
Prom attendee LA Times Daily 12 Jul 2016
8 Down, when he hit #1 in '59 Newsday 09 Jul 2016
Bar mitzvah honoree Universal 05 Jul 2016
Many a rave-goer USA Today 15 May 2016
Many an Urban Outfitters shopper Wall Street Journal 07 May 2016
Many a Snapchat user Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2016
New driver, often The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 Apr 2016
College freshman, usually Wall Street Journal 18 Apr 2016
Child older than 12 Newsday 05 Apr 2016
Youngster of a certain age The Times Concise 05 Apr 2016
Member of Generation Z New York Times 27 Mar 2016
___ Vogue magazine New York Times 25 Mar 2016
Many a new voter USA Today 19 Mar 2016
SAT taker Wall Street Journal 09 Mar 2016
New driver, typically Universal 29 Feb 2016
Many an applicant for a learner's permit The Washington Post 24 Feb 2016
Many an Instagram user New York Times 20 Feb 2016
Octogenarian, in 1946 Wall Street Journal 18 Feb 2016
Young adult Newsday 17 Feb 2016
Many a rave attendee Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2016
Many a "Hunger Games" fan LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2016
Romeo or Juliet Newsday 06 Feb 2016
One between 12 and 20 USA Today 01 Feb 2016
___ idol New York Times 07 Jan 2016
High schooler, most likely
Practically any high schooler
High schooler
Bar mitzvah honoree
___ idol
New driver, often
One between 12 and 20
Many an Olympic gymnast
Many an MTV viewer
Many a rave-goer
Prom attendee
Many a senior
Many a "Hunger Games" fan
"The Hunger Games" extra
"Glee" extra
College freshman, typically Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2015
Hop-goer USA Today 12 Dec 2015
Harry Potter, for one Premier Sunday 06 Dec 2015
One still maturing LA Times Daily 05 Dec 2015
High schooler, typically LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2015
Adolescent Thomas Joseph 30 Nov 2015
Mock election voter LA Times Daily 28 Nov 2015
13-19 Canadiana 23 Nov 2015
Many a Snapchat user New York Times 31 Oct 2015
Typical Archie Comics character Newsday 29 Oct 2015
Driving-test taker, typically USA Today 29 Oct 2015
New voter, often Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2015
Many a college applicant Universal 22 Oct 2015
Traditional rebel Newsday 08 Oct 2015
Typical college applicant Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2015
SAT taker Newsday 18 Sep 2015
Typical 'Belieber' The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Sep 2015
Young person USA Today 27 Aug 2015
Many a "Divergent" reader LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2015
Kind of angel or idol USA Today 22 Aug 2015
Numerical ending Newsday 21 Aug 2015
First-time driver, often Premier Sunday 16 Aug 2015
Preadult USA Today 08 Aug 2015
Past 12 but not 20 Universal 07 Aug 2015
Many a camp counselor Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2015
Bar mitzvah boy USA Today 29 Jul 2015
It may follow four or six, but not five USA Today 03 Jul 2015
Fox's ___ Choice Awards New York Times 22 Jun 2015
Typical high schooler USA Today 21 Jun 2015
Bar mitzvah, e.g New York Times 12 Jun 2015
3-Down sufferer, usually Eugene Sheffer 10 Jun 2015
Youngster not in employment, education or training on the way up The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Jun 2015
Certain ''Jeopardy!'' tourney player Newsday 05 Jun 2015
Emerging adult Newsday 28 May 2015
High-school pupil Universal 25 May 2015
Youth finds place for driving van, finally The Telegraph Toughie 12 May 2015
One past 12 USA Today 09 May 2015
Certain ''Jeopardy!'' tournament contestant Newsday 03 May 2015
Freshman, very often USA Today 03 May 2015
With 47-Across, swooned-over sort Premier Sunday 03 May 2015
First-time voter, often New York Times 29 Apr 2015
Freshman, probably Universal 27 Apr 2015
High school senior, typically USA Today 23 Apr 2015
Adolescent Universal 20 Apr 2015
Babysitter, often LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2015
High school subject? LA Times Daily 07 Mar 2015
Typical Hunger Games fan Newsday 01 Feb 2015
Algebra student, typically USA Today 01 Feb 2015
New driver, often Universal 22 Jan 2015
Person between 12 and 20 Universal 15 Jan 2015
Adolescent
Bar mitzvah boy
Driving-test taker, typically
Freshman, very often
High school senior, typically
Mark Dinning "___ Angel"
Babysitter, often
Many a minor
Jeremy Duncan in "Zits," e.g.
High school freshman, most likely
Either of Dagwood's offspring, e.g.
Eagle Scout, usually
"Degrassi" or "Glee" extra
High school subject?
High schooler, typically
With 47-Across, swooned-over sort
Harry Potter, for one
First-time driver, often
Person between 12 and 20
Past 12 but not 20
New driver, often
Hop-goer
It may follow four or six, but not five
Many a "Divergent" reader
Kind of angel or idol
Mock election voter
One still maturing
Typical Hunger Games fan
Typical Archie Comics character
One past 12
Preadult
Typical high schooler
Young person
Traditional rebel
SAT taker
Numerical ending
Emerging adult
Bar mitzvah, e.g.
First-time voter, often
Fox's ___ Choice Awards
Many a college applicant
High-school pupil
Many a Snapchat user
Typical "Belieber"
Child not quite 20
College freshman, typically
New voter, often
Typical college applicant
Certain "Jeopardy!" tourney player
Any of the Ninja Turtles
Certain minor
Adolescent
Algebra student, typically
Freshman, probably
Certain "Jeopardy!" tournament contestant
Person soon to be 20
Kid older than 12
Word ladder, part 4
Typical Popstar! reader
New driver, often
High schooler
After-school mall frequenter
Adult, at one time
Tiger Beat reader
New driver, typically
Driver ed student, usually
High-school grad, e.g.
Ending 'twixt 12 and 20
It follows four but not five
___ idol
Typical college freshman
Many a freshman
Emerging adult
Many an Abercrombie & Fitch shopper
Last year's twelve-year-old
"West Side Story" extra
"Happy Days" type
Minor
Malt shop customer
Landon's werewolf, e.g.
High schooler
Freshman, probably
Many a freshman
Archie, Betty or Veronica
Bar mitzvah boy, barely
High schooler
Many a new driver
Youth
Many a prom attendee
One between 12 and 20
Driving exam taker, often
Justin Bieber fan, often
Best Kissers in the World "Miss ___ USA"
Tiger Beat reader
Prom attendee
Past 12 but not 20
One past twelve?
Young adult
Typical texter
Typical driving student
Typical "Hunger Games" fan
One not quite 20
High schooler, typically
Miss ___ USA
Ump chaser?
New driver, often
Young voter
Kind of idol
Bar mitzvah boy, barely
Adult-to-be
Summer job seeker, often
New driver, typically
Acne sufferer
Adolescent
Arcade patron, frequently
Many a "Twilight" viewer
Slumber party attendee, usually
Kind of idol
High-schooler
Many a texter
New driver, often
Promgoer, probably
Many a texting whiz
High schooler, usually
Typical high schooler
New driver, typically
Youth group participant
Youngest possible voter
23-Across's target reader
Eagle Scout, typically
Summer intern, often
Preadult
Typical 10th-grader
Usual SAT taker
High schooler
High-school student
Minor, often
"The ___ Commandments" (1958 hit)
Typical "Twilight" fan
One with Bieber fever, probably
SAT taker, maybe
Many a "Twilight" fan
Typical MTV viewer
Person 'twixt 12 and 20
College freshman, usually
"High School Musical" extra
College freshman, typically
Adolescent
Olympic female gymnast, typically
Eagle Scout, typically
Likely viewer of "The Hunger Games"
Rating for the Guitar Hero games
Typical "Twilight" fan
Numerical suffix
Romeo or Juliet
Typical "Hunger Games" trilogy reader
Typical "Hunger Games" trilogy reader
Adolescent
"___ Angel" (1959 hit)
Typical driver's ed student
Typical driver's ed student
Auto-school client, probably
Former girls' magazine
High school subject?
Many a texting whiz
Music biz sensation, perhaps
Not-so-little kid
Typical Justin Bieber fan
Driving test taker, usually
Hannah Montana, for one
Many a texter
12th grader, e.g.
Juvenile
Harry Potter, for one
One past twelve?
One driving a car with two brakes, often
Former girls' magazine
Many a texting whiz
Music biz sensation, perhaps
Not-so-little kid
Many a minor
Typical high-schooler
With 52 Down, movie plot device
College freshman, typically
Holden Caulfield, for one
One who's not yet a twentysomething
High-schooler
Arcade patron
Former Tiger Beat rival
Many an MTV viewer
Many a Twitter twitterer
Adolescent
Charlie Brown never became one
Freshman, probably
Romeo or Juliet, e.g.
Suffix with four, six, seven and nine
Either of Dagwood's kids
High schooler, usually
Many a "High School Musical" viewer
Many a Taylor Swift fan
Many a new voter
Many a prom attendee
Past twelve, going on twenty
Charlie Brown never became one
Freshman, probably
Romeo or Juliet, e.g.
Suffix with four, six, seven and nine
10 Across attendee
13 Across member
Prom attendee
Typical mall rat
Typical new driver
Typical promgoer
12-20 filler?
Miss ___ USA
SAT taker, e.g.
11th grader, e.g.
One nearing adulthood
SAT taker, usually
Adult-to-be
Certain age
First-time driver, often
High schooler, e.g.
High-schooler
Many a Jonas Brothers fan
Many a Taylor Swift fan
Bar mitzvah boy, just barely
Minor party?
Pre-adult
Soon-to-be adult
Typical Hollister Co. customer
Typical driver education student
Prom dancer
Member of many an idol's fan base
Reader of Seventeen
First-year college student, usually
Minor, usually
SAT taker, usually
Many a new driver
Romeo or Juliet
MTV target
Many a MySpace user
Coming-of-age movie subject, perhaps
It follows "four" but not "five"
New driver, perhaps
One on a first date, perhaps
Reader of Seventeen
Prom dancer
Minor, usually
Member of many an idol's fan base
McDonald's part-timer, often
Suffix with four or six, but not five
Many a minor
Many a "One Tree Hill" character
Summer intern, often
One past twelve?
New driver, typically
Wii user, maybe
New driver, typically
Many a driver's ed student
First-time driver, often
College freshman, usually
Archie or Veronica
Almost any girl in "Gossip Girl"
Many an MTV viewer
Person not quite 20
High school subject?
Many a Jonas Brothers fan
Many a fake ID user
"90210" extra
Britney Spears fan, often
High schooler
Many a "One Tree Hill" character
Many a minor
Kind of angst
Betty or Veronica, for more than 60 years
Archie or Jughead, always
One with high car insurance rates
Many a college applicant
Not-so-little kid
Twixt 12 and 20
"Happy Days" extra
Either of Blondie's kids
Typical mall rat
Many a MySpace user
Typical MTV viewer
Eagle Scout, often
"Not Another ___ Movie"
Typical Abercrombie & Fitch customer
Young voter, perhaps
Future duogenarian?
Many a new driver
First-time voter, perhaps
Archie or Jughead, always
"Happy Days" extra
Betty or Veronica, for more than 60 years
"Valley Girl" extra
Freshman, most likely
The comics' Luann or Jughead, e.g.
Jughead, or any of the first names in the theme entries
Mall frequenter
Kind of angst
Many a MySpace user
Many a college applicant
Many a Babe Ruth League participant
Extra in many an iPod ad
High school senior, typically
Arcade patron
"Dawson's Creek" extra
One 'twixt 12 and 20
Many a bio student
Many an MTV viewer
One on a first date, probably
High-schooler, usually
"___ Angel" (1959 song)
Mall rat, most likely
Fake ID user, often
Many a new driver
Ariel the mermaid, e.g.
Person granted the vote by the Twenty-sixth Amendment
Kind of idol
'YM' reader
Typical MTV viewer
Person who's not quite 20
Typical first date
One on a first date, probably
Many an MTV viewer
Many a bio student
Many a Babe Ruth League participant
Suffix for "four"
Typical Mad reader
Person under 20
"___ Wolf," Michael J. Fox film
Jughead is one
Extra in many an iPod ad
High school soph, most likely
Idol worshiper, maybe
"Grease" extra
Typical first date
Ager starter
Archie or Jughead
Ager of parents?
Kind of idol
Minor, maybe
Promgoer
Promgoer, usually
Ump follower?
12-to-20 gap-filler
Arcade patron, perhaps
Mall rat
Cosmo Girl! reader
Eagle Scout, typically
Adolescent
Driver-ed taker, usually
Parent's challenge, perhaps
Student driver, usually
Many a Facebook listee
Minor, maybe
Student driver, usually
Parent's challenge
Driving-exam taker, usually
High schooler
Suffix for four
Over 12
Seven or nine ender
36 Across attendee
Referring to any of seven numbers
"Smells Like ___ Spirit" (Nirvana's first hit)
Student driver, typically
Prep school youth, usually
Many a college applicant
SAT taker, e.g.
Parent's challenge, stereotypically
Trend follower, often
New driver, typically
Parent's challenge
New driver, usually
Adolescent
Minor, maybe
Many an idol worshiper
"The O.C." viewer, usually
Youth
Romeo or Juliet, e.g.
High school senior, usually
High school senior, usually
Many an idol worshiper
Student driver, typically
"The O.C." viewer, usually
Skateboard rider, usually
Mallgoer
Ump follower?
Slumber party attendee, typically
Suffix for four
Promgoer, usually
Young voter
Student driver, typically
Typical Elle Girl reader
High schooler
Mall habitué
Many an MTV viewer
New driver, frequently
Many a Jessica Simpson fan
"___ Angel" (1960 #1 hit)
"One Tree Hill" target viewer
Young adult
High school soph, e.g.
High schooler, e.g.
SAT taker, e.g.
Tiger Beat reader, most likely
With 16-Across, popular rock star, perhaps
"Happy Days" type
Ager start
Arcade patron
Young adult
Pediatrician's patient, perhaps
Prom attendee
Ager of parents?
Parent's challenge, sometimes
Tiger Beat reader
High-schooler
"Grease" extra
Ager of parents?
Minor party, perhaps?
One may be hard to raise
Summer job seeker, often
With 120-Down alternative to 'YM', or 'Sassy'
High schooler
It follows four but not five
New driver, usually
Minor
Many a Nintendo player
High-schooler
Bar mitzvah boy, for one
11-Down, frequently
Hop-goer of old
"Saved by the Bell" cast member
Harry Potter, e.g.
Olympic gymnast, often
Suffix with 4 or 6, but not 5
"Boston Public" extra
Freshman, probably
High school senior, normally
High schooler, often
"Grease" extra
Mall denizen
Minor party, perhaps?
One may be hard to raise
Driving-school customer
High schooler, usually
MTV watcher
New driver, maybe
Promgoer
Doogie Howser was one
Cause of gray hair?
Archie or Jughead
Prom-goer, usually
Freddy Adu, for one
Mandy Moore, for one
Comics target
Freshman, probably
One of the "Beverly Hills 90210" crowd
New driver, often
Freshman, usually
One recently bar mitzvahed, e.g.
Prom goer
Student driver, usually
Target MTV viewer
Promgoer, e.g.
Young adult
Twixt 12 and 20
MTV viewer, often
High schooler, probably
Bar mitzvah boy, barely
Driver's ed student, usually
High schooler, probably
Mall rat, often
Bobby-soxer
Juliet, for example
___ People (popular magazine)
One in MTV's target audience
Adolescent
Four, six or seven attachment
Cause of gray hair?
College freshman, typically
High schooler, probably
MTV viewer, often
Member of the senior class
Prom attendee
New driver, typically
Mall rat
Minor
Either of Blondie's kids, e.g.
Boy band fan, typically
Bar mitzvah attendee, certainly
Mall habitue
Spice Girls fan
Suffix with nine, but not ten
Sophomoric one?
One past 12
Older child, perhaps
"___ Wolf Too" (1987)
"Boston Public" extra
Buffy or Willow
Rock hound?
Many an 'N Sync fan
Minor, maybe
Numerical suffix
Cause of old age?
Person nearing adulthood
One taking driver's ed, perhaps
One going off to college, maybe
Numerical suffix
Middle-schooler, maybe
One with high car insurance rates
New driver, often
Bar mitzvah boy, barely
MTV viewer, often
MTV viewer
Henry Aldrich, for one
"Boston Public" extra
Student driver, typically
One twixt 12 and 20
New driver, usually
Nancy Drew or King Tut
Many a pop music fan
MTV watcher, often
Cause of some gray hair?
Suffix with four, six, or seven, but not five
"That '70s Show" extra
High school or college freshman, usually
"Boston Public" extra
With 56 Down, 1985 scary young 'un
Mall habitue
Many a Britney Spears fan
Kind of angel or idol
Hop-goer
Beginning driver, usually
Mall habitue
Many an acne sufferer
Many a Britney Spears fan
Prom attendee
MTV viewer, most likely
MTV target viewer
Groupie, usually
Not quite adult
Pre-adult
"___ Wolf Too"
Promgoer, usually
Mall rat, most likely
MTV viewer
'_____ Wolf' ('85 film)
Algebra student, typically
"Dawson's Creek" extra
Sub or ump follower
Generation Y member
Driving test taker, typically
One 'twixt 12 and 20
An age
Bar Mitzvah boy, e.g.
Many a mall rat
SAT taker
Ending at nine
Many an 'N Sync fan
One twixt 12 and 20
Minor child
Summer temp, often
Christina Aguilera fan
Suffix with nine, but not ten
Many an 'N Sync fan
New driver, often
New driver, maybe
Many a Boy Scout
It may follow four or six, but not five
"Scream" extra
Britney Spears fan
Backstreet Boys fan, usually
Magazine with dating tips
What Shirley Temple was in the '40s
Learner's permittee, maybe
Last year's twelve-year-old
Kind of angel or idol
Short adolescent
Adolescent
Freshly
Many a new driver
Cardinal suffix
Britney Spears fan, typically
Joan of Arc, e.g.
"Harold ___" (old comic strip)
LeAnn Rimes is one
Six follower
Ump ending
Young adult
Young adult
Mall frequenter
Britney's fan
Summer job seeker, often
Britney Spears fan, most likely
Chelsea, until February 2000
Steve Urkel e.g.
Numerical suffix
Cause of old age?
Bobbysoxer
Bar Mitzvah boy
Mall rat
Archie or Jughead
Adult-to-be
MTV fan, often
It follows four but not five
Archie or Jughead
Adult-to-be
"90210" extra
Major responsibility for a parent
Prom attendee
Youth
Suffix for 13 to 19
"Felicity" type
Mall rat, maybe
Prom goer
Tiger Beat alternative
Tiger Beat reader
New driver, perhaps
High-schooler
11 Down attendee
Britney Spears fan, probably
"Dawson's Creek" type
Freddy Krueger victim
Youth magazine
Pubic heir?
Six or sub follower
81-Down, often
Mall crawler
Buffy or Felicity
One preparing for the prom
Prom attendee
"Dawson's Creek" character, often
TV's Sabrina, for one
Beginning driver usually
"Saved by the Bell" cast member
Landon's werewolf, e.g.
Sabrina, for one
SAT taker usually
See 32 Down
____ canteen
_____ People (magazine launched by Time 1/9/98)
Ending 'twixt 12 and 20
Summer job seeker, often
Popular youth magazine
Beavis or Butt-head
Selective Service registrant, agewise
"Happy Days" type
1960 #1 hit "___ Angel"
Nancy Drew <P>e.g.
College applicant, usually
MTV's target viewer
Twixt 12 and 20
Minor, maybe
Rebellious one, maybe
MTV target
Young adult
YM competitor
Youth magazine
Mall denizen
Harold of the comics
Girls' magazine
Common age
Number ending
High-school pupil
Highschooler
Age group
Generation Y member
Chelsea Clinton, e.g.
Person 'twixt 12 and 20
Huck Finn for one
Ager of parents?
Age-mate of Donatello
Harold of comics
"___ Angel," 1959 song
Young adult
Kett contemporary
Ushering-in age
Comics' Harold
Bobby-soxer
Mullins contemporary
It can follow six
Harold of the comics
'Twixt 12 and 20
Preppy, e.g.
Salad-days person
Preadult person
Future adult
Six or seven follower
One of the ages
"___ Angel," 1960 song
Ump follower
Suffix with six or seven
Kind of ager
Four or six follower
High-schooler, usually
Octogenarian, once
Lillums Lovewell's beau
Carl Ed comic character
Carl Ed's comic-strip hero
Ten and: Suffix
Ump chaser
Preadult
Number suffix
Harold of old comics
Coed, often
Carl Ed's comical hero
Burger buyer
Carl Ed's hero
Young person
Mae Preston's boyfriend
Cardinal-number suffix
Cardinal suffix
Rock lover
Malt shop customer
Comic-strip hero
Carl Ed's comical creation
Cardinal-number ending
Sock hop goer
And ten: Suffix
Youth 'twixt 12 and 20
This follows four or six
Acne sufferer
Newman in 1940
Youngster
Brooke Shields, for one
Suffix with six
Old comics character
Numerical ending
Harold of the funnies
Ending for four, six, etc.
Comics hero
High schooler
Owner of Leapin' Lena
Comical Harold
Juvenile
Certain age
Adolescent, for short
Word with ager
Suffix with four, six, etc.
Suffix meaning ten
Owner of "Leapin' Lena"
Between 12 and 20
Suffix with six, seven, etc.
Kind of age
___ ager
___-ager
Worrisome age
Youthful age
___age
Age group
Word after can or ump
___-age
___ age
Young age
Number ending
Twixt 12 and 20
An age
Injury, old style
Important age
Early age
School age
Numerical ending.
Numerical suffix.
Suffix with six or seven.
Suffix with a number.
Kind of age.
Suffix with six or seven or ump.
Of a certain age group.
Suffix on numbers.
Suffix with four or nine.
And ten: Suffix.
Cardinal suffix.
Number suffix.
Ten and: Suffix.
___-age.
___ age.
Suffix with six and seven.
Suffix on certain numbers.
Suffix forming cardinal numbers.
Termination of certain numbers.
Ending on a cardinal number.
Prefix used with age.
Suffix for cardinal numbers.
Suffix of cardinal numbers.
Harold of the comics.
Ending of cardinal numeral.
Ending for some cardinal numbers.
Between-age.
A certain age.
Termination for cardinal numbers.
A difficult age for parents.
Comic strip hero.
Harold of comic strip fame.
Suffix for certain numbers.
Age of youth.
Age of swoon.
Adolescent year.
Bruno Mars fan, probably
"Twilight" reader, probably
"Twilight" fan, probably
"Aqua ___ Hunger Force"
John Green book reader, likely
Millennial, e.g.
___ Puzzlemaker Week
___ Vogue
Anybody featured in a high school yearbook, if you don't count teachers
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