- 1The state of being immature or not fully grown: the immaturity of the immune system in very young children makes them especially vulnerableMore example sentences
unripeness, greenness, sourness; newness, rawness, crudeness, crudity, imperfection, incompleteness, lack of completion, lack of developmentchildishness, babyishness, infantilism, juvenility, puerility, lack of experience, inexperience, unworldliness, naivety, ingenuousness
- Humans, indeed most species, experience biological immaturity.
- However, Rogers may not be able to overcome his immaturity, which has been an issue in the past.
- This is due to immaturity of brainstem control of central respiratory drive.
- 1.1Behaviour that is appropriate to someone younger: they were shocked by such immaturity in a grown manMore example sentences
- The only thing that has held them back in recent years has been their own immaturity.
- I must not use my temperament as an excuse for immaturity or belligerence.
- I just don't see the joy of going around spreading your stupidity and immaturity.