A childish idea like that can be amusedly tolerated.
The marking on the wall was childish and unsightly.
The little girl spoke in a high childish voice.
We eventually ran out of patience with his childish behaviour.
When a girl grows up,she puts childish habits on the shelf.
We danced around with childish delight.
You would be laughed out of court with such a childish question.
'Then childish fear avaunt!
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They only had what passed for self-awareness, cloaking a flightiness and lethargy that was both childish and very real.
I brought my son lots of presents to celebret his seventh birthday .To my surprise,my naive boy clumsily tossted me expressing childish gratitude .
But, no girls love this kind of boys, girls will only feel this kind of guy is too childish, too old-maidish, not romantic at all.
Sulking is quite childish, isn't it Catherine?
I hate it because it's too childish.
It just seems a little childish. - Really?
A game! Ugh, you're so childish sometimes, Alex!
You should not behave childishly at your age.
It is childish of you to say that.
Well, you may be childish but I'm not.
You've hurt me! said a childish voice, reproachfully.
Of course, some were more childish than others.
They use over and over the word " Childish"
他们一遍又一遍地用着" 幼稚的" 这个词”
I'm not surprised. What you did was childish.
We've both been incredibly childish here.
I don't have time for your childish games, okay?
He thinks it's very childish and unprofessional to text message.
Be careful using " yummy" as it sounds a little childish.
使用 " yummy" 这个词的时候要小心，因为它听起来有点幼稚。
The meaning doesn't change, it's just more conversational or childish.
All these moribund sexagenarians had the appearance of childish girls.
Only Colin knew how important those crossly spoken, childish words were.
At one school near the front, childish drawings adorn the wall.
Sound more conversational or even childish if you add a preposition.