They had told him she would die, but he understood them not, for never before had he looked on death; and now, when to his childish words of love his mother made no answer, most piteously rang out the infantile cry, " Mother, oh, my mother, who'll be my mother now?" "Homestead on the Hillside" by Mary Jane Holmes
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Infantile definition, characteristic of or befitting an infant; babyish; childish: ... 1.
puerile, immature, weak. See childish. Antonyms Expand. 1. adult, mature.
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Define infantile: annoying and childish : very silly in a way that is not appropriate
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having or showing the annoying qualities (as silliness) associated with children <
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