Definition of from a child in English:

from a child

Since childhood: from a child she had taken ballet lessons
More example sentences
  • The Nick I've known from a child up until his adult age would never put his life ahead of the love for his family.
  • He's also Sullivan's surrogate father, having raised him from a child to become one of his most loyal employees.
  • As the son of a minister who had been taught the Scriptures and the ways of God from a child, I had enough head knowledge to talk and fit into Christian situations.
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