twenty-something

twenty-something

1. adjective Of an unspecified age in one's twenties. He looks like he's in his 40s, but he's really just twenty-something.
2. noun A person who is in their twenties. Usually used in the plural. It's clear this place is geared more for twenty-somethings, judging by the loud music.
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Plot: James White is a troubled twenty-something trying to stay afloat in a frenzied New York City.
My twenty-something kids primarily use Instagram and Snapchat.
With jealousy cloaked in fantasy, Hawthorn takes Lizzie's former job and starts hanging around Lizzie's twenty-something boyfriend, under the guise of investigating what happened to Lizzie.
Toff , the twenty-something son of Speaker Joe de Venecia, is the founder of Sandbox Collective.
This is the leading retail store of its kind for gently used brand name apparel and accessories for girls and guys in the teen and twenty-something market group.
Dunham has been near-universally praised for her boldly honest approach to sex scenes in the show, which shows the struggles of four twenty-something women living and working in modern day New York.
The underlying sweetness of director Michael Dowse's 2011 hockey comedy "Goon" was a mere warm-up act for the full-on charm offensive of "The F Word" Had it centered around a less naturally engaging duo than Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, this cheekily contrived romantic comedy might have outworn its welcome with its tale of two twenty-something friends taking forever to acknowledge their true feelings for one another.
David's own big break came in 1962 when That Was The Week That Was gave the twenty-something Cambridge graduate a chance to shine on both sides of the Pond - he also fronted a US version of TW3.
Its UK performance marks the best since the third quarter of 2009 and follows efforts to refocus marketing on its core twenty-something customer base and cut price tags, as well as offering free delivery and returns.
The company, which has 5.4m customers in 160 countries, banished fears that its home market is stagnating by focusing on its core twenty-something customer base and delivering more price cuts.
* Two twenty-something men are accused of trying to steal centuries-old kabbalistic books in Jerusalem.
Her account of her stages of grief in acknowledging her parents' terminal illness and her other life experiences before and after make for a moving memoir about a twenty-something who tries to find grounding in a world without an anchor.
Although it is not clear-cut, I would rather hire the twenty-something CPM designee, in spite of, or perhaps because of, their lack of industry knowledge.
The twenty-something girls about town - Louise Johnston, Dani Robinson, Cici Cavanagh and Vogue Williams - star in the reality TV show and told yesterday they have not been signed up to do any more episodes.
A DECIDEDLY average twenty-something stuck in a dead-end job happens to meet beautiful events planner Molly.