Adulthood

  • (noun): The period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed.
    Synonyms: maturity
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on adulthood:

Adulthood (film) - Soundtrack
... Adulthood Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack album by Various Artists Released June 30, 2008 (2008-06-30) Genre Grime Label Altered Ego Adulthood Music from the Motion Picture was released on ... (Adam Deacon) "Arms Open Wide" (Shystie) "Kidulthood to Adulthood" (Maniac Bashy) ...
Bashy - Music Career - Adulthood
... Thomas soon found himself at the heart of another successful project – Adulthood ... Noel Clarke, director and star of the Adulthood first encountered Bashy when he was passed a copy of his earlier mixtapes which contained samples from his previous Kidulthood film ... to submit a track to be included on the soundtrack, and he delivered "Kidulthood to Adulthood" ...
Charles Mears - Adulthood
... They decided to start a general merchandise business in Paw Paw which they called E ... C ...
Hilda Spellman - In Other Media - Sabrina The Teenage Witch (sitcom) - Adulthood
... As Hilda reached adulthood she went off to college ... Hilda went to Clown College and her roommate was Bobo, a monkey ...
Adulthood (film)
... Adulthood (rendered as AdULTHOOD) is a 2008 British drama film ... Adulthood is a sequel to the 2006 film Kidulthood, which Clarke also wrote, and depicts Peel's experiences after he is released from jail ...

More definitions of "adulthood":

  • (noun): The state (and responsibilities) of a person who has attained maturity.

Famous quotes containing the word adulthood:

    One of the most highly valued functions of used parents these days is to be the villains of their children’s lives, the people the child blames for any shortcomings or disappointments. But if your identity comes from your parents’ failings, then you remain forever a member of the child generation, stuck and unable to move on to an adulthood in which you identify yourself in terms of what you do, not what has been done to you.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    Personal change, growth, development, identity formation—these tasks that once were thought to belong to childhood and adolescence alone now are recognized as part of adult life as well. Gone is the belief that adulthood is, or ought to be, a time of internal peace and comfort, that growing pains belong only to the young; gone the belief that these are marker events—a job, a mate, a child—through which we will pass into a life of relative ease.
    Lillian Breslow Rubin (20th century)

    We have not passed that subtle line between childhood and adulthood until we move from the passive voice to the active voice—that is, until we have stopped saying “It got lost,” and say, “I lost it.”
    Sydney J. Harris (b. 1917)