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1. ___-ager
2. Youthful age
3. Certain age
4. ___age
5. Worrisome age
6. ___ ager
7. Harold of comics
8. Suffix with six, seven, etc.
9. Suffix with six or seven
10. Suffix meaning ten
11. Word with ager
12. Owner of "Leapin' Lena"
13. Harold of old comics
14. Betweenand 20
15. Harold of the comics
16. Suffix with four, six, etc.
17. Adolescent, for short
18. Comical Harold
19. Lillums Lovewell's beau
20. Owner of Leapin' Lena
21. Old comics character
22. Ending for four, six, etc.
23. Harold of the funnies
24. Suffix with six
25. Brooke Shields, for one
26. Newman in 1940
27. Six or seven follower
28. This follows four or six
29. Kind of ager
30. And ten: Suffix
31. Cardinal-number ending
32. Carl Ed's comical creation
33. Youth 'twixtand 20
34. Carl Ed's hero
35. Rock lover
36. Mae Preston's boyfriend
37. Cardinal-number suffix
38. Kett contemporary
39. Carl Ed's comical hero
40. Ten and: Suffix
41. High-schooler
42. Ump chaser
43. Carl Ed's comic-strip hero
44. Coed, often
45. Number suffix
46. Burger buyer
47. Octogenarian, once
48. Carl Ed comic character
49. High-schooler, usually
50. Four or six follower
51. Ump follower
52. Comics' Harold
53. "___ Angel,"song
54. Preppy, e.g.
55. Preadult person
56. Salad-days person
57. Future adult
58. It can follow six
59. Mullins contemporary
60. 'Twixtand 20
61. Bobby-soxer
62. Ager of parents?
63. Age-mate of Donatello
64. Huck Finn for one
65. Ushering-in age
66. Person 'twixtand 20
67. Adult-to-be
68. Highschooler
69. One 'twixtand 20
70. MTV's target viewer
71. #1 hit "___ Angel"
72. Rebellious one, maybe
73. Selective Service registrant, agewise
74. "Happy Days" type
75. Tiger Beat alternative
76. Freshman, probably
77. It follows four but not five
78. "extra
79. It may follow four or six, but not five
80. New driver, maybe
81. Magazine with dating tips
82. New driver, often
83. "Scream" extra
84. Suffix with nine, but not ten
85. "Harold ___" (old comic strip)
86. Many a Boy Scout
87. Middle-schooler, maybe
88. One taking driver's ed, perhaps
89. One going off to college, maybe
90. Student driver, usually
91. Freshman, usually
92. One recently bar mitzvahed, e.g.
93. Comics target
94. Target MTV viewer
95. Bar mitzvah boy, for one
96. Many a Nintendo player
97. 11-Down, frequently
98. "___ Angel" (#1 hit)
99. "One Tree Hill" target viewer
100. "___ Wolf," Michael J. Fox film
101. Wii user, maybe
102. Many a driver's ed student
103. 12-filler?
104. "The ___ Commandments" (hit)
105. Driving test taker, typically
106. Fake ID user, commonly
107. First-time voter, perhaps
108. High school freshman, usually
109. Many a "Trinkets" character, age-wise
110. Many a McJob holder
111. Many a college freshman
112. Many a gamer
113. Prom attendee, usually
114. Suffix with four, but not five
115. Typical learner's permit holder
116. ___ Beach Movie (Disney movie)
117. Many a "Riverdale" character
118. Word before "angst" or "Titans"
119. Ending 'twixt 12 and 20
120. Mall crawler
121. Learner's permittee, maybe
122. Short adolescent
123. Sub or ump follower
124. Many an 'N Sync fan
125. Idol worshiper, maybe
126. Jughead is one
127. Valley Girl extra
128. _____ People (magazine launched by Time 1/9/98)
129. Britney Spears fan, probably
130. Mall rat, maybe
131. Mall frequenter
132. Boy band fan, typically
133. Typical MTV viewer
134. Typical Abercrombie & Fitch customer
135. High school subject?
136. Many a Jonas Brothers fan
137. Many a fake ID user
138. Typical Hollister Co. customer
139. Many an MTV viewer
140. Many an Abercrombie & Fitch shopper
141. Many a camp counselor
142. New voter, often
143. Typical college applicant
144. A minor
145. Babysitter, frequently
146. Older youngster
147. Freshman, typically
148. Many a prom attendee
149. Nirvana's "Smells Like ___ Spirit"
150. Rebellious one, often
151. Typical high schooler
152. Many a texting whiz
153. Slumber party attendee, typically
154. 12-to-20 gap-filler
155. Boston Public extra
156. ___ Wolf Too (1987)
157. Older child, perhaps
158. One past 12
159. Sophomoric one?
160. Four, six or seven attachment
161. Freddy Adu, for one
162. Mandy Moore, for one
163. One of the "Beverly Hills 90210" crowd
164. Prom goer
165. Prom-goer, usually
166. Over 12
167. Driver-ed taker, usually
168. Driving-exam taker, usually
169. Ump follower?
170. 11 Down attendee
171. New driver, perhaps
172. Felicity type
173. Suffix for 13 to 19
174. LeAnn Rimes is one
175. Many a Britney Spears fan
176. Summer temp, often
177. Mall habitue
178. Many an acne sufferer
179. Ager start
180. Ager starter
181. Cause of old age?
182. Seven or nine ender
183. Skateboard rider, usually
184. Spice Girls fan
185. Cause of gray hair?
186. Member of the senior class
187. Grease extra
188. High schooler, probably
189. MTV viewer, often
190. Many a college applicant
191. Mall denizen
192. Minor party, perhaps?
193. One may be hard to raise
194. The O.C. viewer, usually
195. High school senior, usually
196. Many an idol worshiper
197. Student driver, typically
198. Aqua ___ Hunger Force
199. Twilight fan, probably
200. Twilight reader, probably
201. Anybody featured in a high school yearbook, if you don't count teachers
202. Bruno Mars fan, probably
203. John Green book reader, likely
204. Millennial, e.g.
205. ___ Puzzlemaker Week
206. Acne sufferer
207. Malt shop customer
208. Sock hop goer
209. Pre-adult
210. Typical mall rat
211. One with Bieber fever, probably
212. SAT taker, maybe
213. Emerging adult
214. Certain minor
215. Juliet, for example
216. Twixt 12 and 20
217. Not-so-little kid
218. ___ Angel (1959 hit)
219. Many a freshman
220. Typical driver's ed student
221. Typical "Belieber"
222. Christopher Cool: ___ Agent (1960s juvenile series)
223. Dawson's Creek character, often
224. MTV viewer, most likely
225. TV's Sabrina, for one
226. Many a "One Tree Hill" character
227. Many a minor
228. Member of many an idol's fan base
229. Minor, usually
230. Prom dancer
231. Reader of Seventeen
232. Charlie Brown never became one
233. Suffix with four, six, seven and nine
234. Former girls' magazine
235. Music biz sensation, perhaps
236. Eagle Scout, typically
237. Summer intern, often
238. Typical "Hunger Games" trilogy reader
239. Typical "Twilight" fan
240. One still maturing
241. Adult, at one time
242. After-school mall frequenter
243. Typical Popstar! reader
244. Babysitter, often
245. Many a "Divergent" reader
246. Mock election voter
247. Glee extra
248. The Hunger Games extra
249. Many a "Hunger Games" fan
250. High school junior, usually
251. Many a manga fan
252. __ Vogue
253. High-school kid
254. High-schooler, typically
255. Video game rating
256. Junior prom attendee
257. Many a "Freaks and Geeks" character
258. Stereotypical angst sufferer
259. __ Beat: old fan mag
260. High School Musical extra
261. Many a "Buffy" character
262. Many a "Twilight" character
263. Suffix with ump-
264. YA fiction reader
265. MTV fan, often
266. Saved by the Bell cast member
267. Landon's werewolf, e.g.
268. Sabrina, for one
269. Buffy or Felicity
270. Backstreet Boys fan, usually
271. Britney Spears fan
272. Christina Aguilera fan
273. High schooler
274. Minor child
275. Promgoer, usually
276. Many a mall rat
277. Henry Aldrich, for one
278. High schooler, usually
279. Driver's ed student, usually
280. Mall rat, often
281. Driving-school customer
282. MTV watcher
283. 36 Across attendee
284. Kid older than 12
285. Person who's not quite 20
286. SAT taker
287. Many a MySpace user
288. Person not quite 20
289. Archie or Jughead
290. Harold ___ (old comic strip)
291. Scream extra
292. Adolescent
293. Person nearing adulthood
294. New driver, usually
295. R & B singer Marie
296. Classic subject for rock 'n' roll lyrics
297. Tiger Beat cover subject
298. 35-Down, once
299. Even smaller
300. Relatively small
301. Difficult period
302. Many Justin Timberlake fans
303. Pubescent, say
304. Majority of a crowd at a Jonas Brothers concert
305. Pop/R&B singer ___ Marie
306. Like a yellow polka dot bikini in a 1961 #1 hit
307. More petite
308. Hardest to see, perhaps
309. Frigid temps
310. Bubblegummer
311. Potential poster boy
312. Adjective for a bikini, in a 1960 song
313. Very small, as a bikini in a 1960 hit
314. One sexting, maybe
315. American Bandstand viewer
316. Minor celebrity?
317. Many arcade-goers
318. #1 hit song that asks "Are you somewhere up above?"
319. Justin Bieber's genre
320. Awkward years, for many
321. *... a parent's edicts?
322. {/... a parent's edicts?/}
323. Much of the audience for 6-Down's show on 2/9/64
324. Many a Taylor Swift fan
325. Freezing temps
326. Any member of One Direction
327. Music on Radio Disney
328. Golfers drive off it
329. Sister publication of 16 Magazine
330. Typical user of a transistor radio
331. This puzzle's constructor, for one
332. Typical Snapchatter
333. Elvis in the 1950s or Justin Bieber in the 2010s
334. Small, as Beanie Babies
335. They come after 12
336. Movie starring Michael J. Fox as a lycanthrope
337. Size zero, say
338. Conical construction
339. Much of Generation Z, today
340. Subject of many emo songs
341. Ariana Grande's fan base, mostly
342. Brandon ___, lead role in 1999's "Boys Don't Cry"
343. Bygone monthly for the 12-to-20 set
344. Riverdale or "The O.C."
345. Typical fan of Dick Clark's "American Bandstand"
346. ___ Beanies (bygone toys)
347. Follow-up series to MTV's "16 and Pregnant"
348. ___ Choice Awards
349. Like many members of Gen Z, now
350. Their crooning may cause swooning
351. Do You Realize?? band, on the flip side
352. Distressingly common staff member
353. Pro _____ (for now)
354. -- Aviv, Israel
355. Persian Gulf capital (Var.)
356. Rocks atop
357. Zipper parts
358. What many a modem is connected to
359. Operators are involved with them
360. Keith Richards' Fender mod.
361. Punk band ___ Foot Pole
362. Rush "Force ___"
363. Watches over star
364. Mall rally structure
365. Language of about 50 million
366. Word accompanying kiss or show
367. Out on a Limb singer Marie
368. Ferris Bueller's peers
369. They're coming of age
370. Lakota dwelling
371. Certain letters
372. Greg Norman's pocketful
373. Bitter middle?
374. They're in front of ewes?
375. Tiger's supply of eighteen
376. Rock star, for example
377. Most miniscule
378. Happy Days extras
379. Acne years
380. One between 12 and 20
381. What cute little babies become someday
382. 13 through 19
383. Awkward ages for many
384. Future adults
385. Arcade patron, frequently
386. Many a "Twilight" viewer
387. New driver, typically
388. Driver ed student, usually
389. Degrassiآ‌ or "Glee"آ‌ extra
390. Eagle Scout, usually
391. Either of Dagwood's offspring, e.g.
392. High school freshman, most likely
393. Jeremy Duncan in "Zits," e.g.
394. Tiger Beat reader
395. Mall habituأ©
396. Minor, maybe
397. Either of Blondie's kids
398. Jughead, or any of the first names in the theme entries
399. The comics' Luann or Jughead, e.g.
400. SAT taker, usually
401. Either of Dagwood's kids
402. Many a "High School Musical" viewer
403. Many a Twitter twitterer
404. Many a new voter
405. Past twelve, going on twenty
406. Slumber party attendee, usually
407. Typical driver education student
408. Hannah Montana, for one
409. Many a texter
410. Likely viewer of "The Hunger Games"
411. Age group
412. Injury, old style
413. An age
414. ___-age
415. Young age
416. Word after can or ump
417. Kind of age
418. Between 12 and 20
419. Preadult
420. Young adult
421. Youth 'twixt 12 and 20
422. Cardinal suffix
423. One under 20
424. ___ Angel, 1960 song
425. ___ Angel, 1959 song
426. Chelsea Clinton, e.g.
427. Person 'twixt 12 and 20
428. Singer _____ Marie
429. Youth magazine
430. The Wonder Years years
431. Generation Y
432. Miss ___ USA
433. Like TV's Ninja Turtles
434. Michael Landon portrayal
435. Nashville ___ (60's pop group)
436. Archie and Jughead
437. Causes of many swoons
438. Runaways, often
439. Acne sufferer, most likely
440. 10 Across attendee
441. Freshly
442. Happy Days type
443. Generation Y member
444. Prom attendee
445. ___ Vogue
446. MTV target
447. Any of the Ninja Turtles
448. Typical college freshman
449. ___ idol
450. Holden Caulfield, for one
451. College applicant, usually
452. Kind of angel or idol
453. Dawson's Creek type
454. Last year's twelve-year-old
455. Driving test taker, usually
456. Dawson's Creek extra
457. Algebra student, typically
458. Groupie, usually
459. MTV target viewer
460. That '70s Show extra
461. Cause of some gray hair?
462. MTV watcher, often
463. Many a new driver
464. Many a pop music fan
465. Nancy Drew or King Tut
466. One twixt 12 and 20
467. Doogie Howser was one
468. Either of Blondie's kids, e.g.
469. High school senior, normally
470. High schooler, often
471. Romeo or Juliet
472. "90210" extra
473. One 'twixt 12 and 20
474. Minor
475. Typical Mad reader
476. Person under 20
477. Freshman, most likely
478. College freshman, usually
479. First-time driver, often
480. Almost any girl in "Gossip Girl"
481. Many a bar mitzvah attendee
482. First-year college student, usually
483. Archie or Veronica
484. SAT taker, e.g.
485. 12-20 filler?
486. Numerical suffix
487. One who's not yet a twentysomething
488. College freshman, typically
489. Typical Justin Bieber fan
490. 1960 #1 hit "___ Angel"
491. Summer job seeker, often
492. Popular youth magazine
493. Beavis or Butt-head
494. Bar mitzvah boy, barely
495. 81-Down, often
496. Malia Obama, during her father’s second term
497. Age of swoon
498. Harold of comic strip fame
499. Age of youth
500. A difficult age for parents
501. Termination for cardinal numbers
502. Suffix for certain numbers
503. A certain age
504. Comic strip hero
505. Juvenile
506. Many a singer on “Kidz Bop”
507. Youngster of innate energy
508. "20 Under 20" candidate
509. "American Bandstand" fan
510. "Aqua ___ Hunger Force"
511. "Boston Public" extra
512. "Christopher Cool: ___ Agent" (1960s juvenile series)
513. "Dawson's Creek" character often
514. "Dawson's Creek" extra
515. "Dawson's Creek" type
516. "Dawson's Creek" watcher usually
517. "Felicity" type
518. "Glee" extra
519. "Grease" extra
520. "Happy Days" extra
521. "High School Musical" extra
522. "Jeopardy!" tournament participant sometimes
523. "Not Another ___ Movie"
524. "Saved by the Bell" cast member
525. "Smells Like ___ Spirit" (Nirvana's first hit)
526. "That '70s Show" extra
527. "The Fault in Our Stars" fan likely
528. "The Hunger Games" extra
529. "The O.C." viewer usually
530. "The ___ Commandments" (1958 hit)
531. "Twilight" enthusiast often
532. "Twilight" fan likely
533. "Twilight" fan probably
534. "Twilight" reader probably
535. "Valley Girl" extra
536. "West Side Story" extra
537. "___ Angel" (1959 hit)
538. "___ Angel" (1959 song)
539. "___ Angel" (1960 #1 hit)
540. "___ Angel" (Dion and the Belmonts)
541. "___ Angel" (Donovan hit)
542. "___ Angel " 1959 song
543. "___ Angel " 1960 song
544. "___ Angel " Mark Dinning classic
545. "___ Beat" (mag from 1967-2007)
546. "___ Beat" (magazine that's had Menudo and NKOTB on its cover)
547. "___ Mom"
548. "___ Wolf Too" (1987)
549. "___ Wolf" (1985)
550. "___ Wolf" (1986 Fox film)
551. "___ Wolf" (MTV series based on a Michael J. Fox movie)
552. "___ Wolf " Michael J. Fox film
553. #1 hit of 1960 "___ Angel"
554. 'Degrassi' or 'Glee' extra
555. 'Twixt 12 and 20
556. 'YM' reader
557. '___ Wolf Too'
558. '___ Wolf' ('85 film)
559. 11th grader e.g.
560. 12th grader e.g.
561. 1950s diner denizen
562. 5SOS fan probably
563. AP Test taker usually
564. Acne sufferer often
565. Acne sufferer usually
566. Adolescent briefly
567. Adolescent for short
568. Adult at one time
569. Algebra student typically
570. And ten: Suffix.
571. Angsty person often
572. Anti-drug PSA target
573. Any Ninja Turtle
574. Any high schooler
575. Any of the Ninja Turtles agewise
576. Anybody featured in a high school yearbook if you don't count teachers
577. Arcade patron
578. Arcade patron frequently
579. Arcade patron perhaps
580. Archie or Jughead always
581. Archie or Jughead e.g.
582. Archie or Jughead perpetually
583. Archie or Jughead since 1941
584. Archie or Veronica always
585. Archie Betty or Veronica
586. Ariel the mermaid e.g.
587. Auto-school client probably
588. Awkward-aged one
589. Baby Forsyth in another dozen or so years from now
590. Babysitter frequently
591. Babysitter often
592. Backstreet Boys fan usually
593. Ball ___ hammer
594. Bar mitzvah boy
595. Bar mitzvah boy e.g.
596. Bar mitzvah attendee certainly
597. Bar mitzvah boy barely
598. Bar mitzvah boy for one
599. Bar mitzvah boy just barely
600. Bar mitzvah honoree
601. Bar mitzvah e.g.
602. Bar-mitzvahed boy e.g.
603. Barron Trump e.g.
604. Bat Mitzvah girl just barely
605. Bat mitzvah attendee
606. Beginning driver usually
607. Beginning driver usually
608. Best Kissers in the World "Miss ___ USA"
609. Betty or Veronica for more than 60 years
610. Bobbysoxer
611. Bobbysoxer e.g.
612. Boy band fan typically
613. Britney Spears fan maybe
614. Britney Spears fan most likely
615. Britney Spears fan often
616. Britney Spears fan probably
617. Britney Spears fan typically
618. Britney's fan
619. Brooke Shields for one
620. Bruno Mars fan probably
621. Bubblegum pop star often
622. Buffy or Willow
623. Buffy for one
624. Candidate for a "20 Under 20" list
625. Cardinal number suffix
626. Cardinal suffix.
627. Certain "Jeopardy!" tournament contestant
628. Certain "Jeopardy!" tourney player
629. Certain homeschooler
630. Chelsea Clinton e.g.
631. Chelsea until February 2000
632. Child between 12 and 20
633. Child not quite 20
634. Child older than 12
635. Coed often
636. College applicant usually
637. College freshman often
638. College freshman typically
639. College freshman usually
640. Comic-strip hero
641. Comics hero
642. Coming-of-age movie subject perhaps
643. Coming-of-age story protagonist
644. Common age
645. Concert attendee
646. Contestant in some "Jeopardy!" tournaments
647. Cosmo Girl! reader
648. Date film target
649. Debbie Gibson when she became a star
650. Demographics target maybe
651. Designation lost upon one's twentieth birthday
652. Digital native often
653. Driver ed student usually
654. Driver in training often
655. Driver's ed student usually
656. Driver's test taker typically
657. Driver-ed taker usually
658. Driving exam taker often
659. Driving test taker typically
660. Driving test taker usually
661. Driving-exam taker usually
662. Driving-test taker typically
663. ESRB rating above Everyone 10+
664. Eagle Scout often
665. Eagle Scout typically
666. Eagle Scout usually
667. Early age
668. Either Hardy boy e.g.
669. Either of Blondie's kids e.g.
670. Either of Dagwood's offspring e.g.
671. Ending at nine
672. Ending for cardinal numbers.
673. Ending for four six etc.
674. Ending for ump
675. Ending on a cardinal number.
676. Ending with four or six but not three or five
677. Extra in many an iPod ad
678. Fake ID user commonly
679. Fake ID user often
680. First-time driver often
681. First-time pot smoker maybe
682. First-time voter often
683. First-time voter perhaps
684. First-year college student usually
685. First-year for one (most likely)
686. Follower of four or six but not five
687. Former tot
688. Four follower
689. Four six or seven attachment
690. Fox's ___ Choice Awards
691. Freddy Adu for one
692. Freddy Krueger victim
693. Frequent texter
694. Freshman most likely
695. Freshman probably
696. Freshman typically
697. Freshman usually
698. Future 20-something
699. Future duogenarian?
700. Girls' magazine
701. Groupie usually
702. H.S. student
703. Hannah Montana for one
704. Hanson fan perhaps
705. Harry Potter e.g.
706. Harry Potter for one
707. Henry Aldrich for one
708. High school freshman most likely
709. High school junior usually
710. High school or college freshman usually
711. High school senior normally
712. High school senior typically
713. High school senior usually
714. High school soph e.g.
715. High school soph most likely
716. High school sophomore e.g.
717. High school student usually
718. High schooler e.g.
719. High schooler most likely
720. High schooler often
721. High schooler probably
722. High schooler typically
723. High schooler usually
724. High-school grad e.g.
725. High-school pupil
726. High-school student
727. High-schooler e.g.
728. High-schooler usually
729. Holden Caulfield for one
730. Hop-goer
731. Hop-goer of old
732. Huge fan of One Direction e.g. (um obvs they r a.ma.zing)
733. Idol worshiper maybe
734. Important age
735. Injury old style
736. It can follow six or seven but not five
737. It follows "four" but not "five"
738. It may follow four or six but not five
739. Jaden Smith for one
740. Jeremy Duncan in 'Zits ' e.g.
741. Joan of Arc e.g.
742. John Green book reader likely
743. Jughead or any of the first names in the theme entries
744. Juliet Capulet or Holden Caulfield agewise
745. Juliet for example
746. Justin Bieber fan often
747. Justin Bieber e.g.
748. Juvenile perhaps
749. Kid that can have a cellphone [S]
750. Kid too old to trick-or-treat
751. Kind of age.
752. Kind of angst
753. Kind of drama
754. Kind of idol
755. Landon's werewolf e.g.
756. LeBron James for one
757. Learner's permit holder often
758. Learner's permittee maybe
759. Like some idols
760. Like some pregnancies
761. Lorde when she won her two Grammys e.g.
762. MTV fan often
763. MTV viewer
764. MTV viewer most likely
765. MTV viewer often
766. MTV watcher often
767. Mag for minors
768. Major responsibility for a parent
769. Malala Yousafzai at her Nobel Prize ceremony
770. Malia Obama during her father's second term
771. Mall rat
772. Mall rat maybe
773. Mall rat most likely
774. Mall rat often
775. Mall rat usually
776. Mallgoer
777. Mallrat usually
778. Mandy Moore for one
779. Many a "Trinkets" character age-wise
780. Many a "Twilight" fan
781. Many a BMX bike rider
782. Many a Babe Ruth League participant
783. Many a Clearasil customer
784. Many a Facebook listee
785. Many a Generation Z member now
786. Many a Jessica Simpson fan
787. Many a RYLA participant
788. Many a Snapchat user
789. Many a Snapchatter
790. Many a TikTok user
791. Many a YA novel character
792. Many a bio student
793. Many a character in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower"
794. Many a character in Ann M. Martin's "The Baby-Sitters Club"
795. Many a character in Ann M. Martin's "The Baby-Sitters Club" novels
796. Many a collegian
797. Many a driver's ed pupil
798. Many a first-time voter
799. Many a freshman age-wise
800. Many a middle schooler
801. Many a rave attendee
802. Many a senior
803. Many a summer camp employee
804. Many a summer job holder
805. Many a summer job worker
806. Many a summer temp
807. Many a youth
808. Many an Instagram user
809. Many an Olympic gymnast
810. Many an Urban Outfitters shopper
811. Many an Xbox player
812. Many an applicant for a learner's permit
813. Mark Dinning "___ Angel"
814. Mark Zuckerberg when founding Facebook e.g.
815. McDonald's part-timer often
816. McJob trainee often
817. Member of Generation Z
818. Middle school grad often
819. Middle schooler
820. Middle-schooler maybe
821. Miley Cyrus fan perhaps
822. Millennial e.g.
823. Minor party perhaps?
824. Minor party?
825. Minor soon to reach adulthood
826. Minor maybe
827. Minor often
828. Minor usually
829. Mock-election participant
830. Music biz sensation perhaps
831. N'Sync target listener
832. Nancy Drew <P>e.g.
833. Nancy Drew for one
834. Near-adult
835. Neon's atomic number
836. New Kids on the Block fan
837. New driver frequently
838. New driver maybe
839. New driver often
840. New driver perhaps
841. New driver typically
842. New driver usually
843. New high school graduate usually
844. New voter often
845. Nick target
846. Not quite adult
847. Number between 12 and 20
848. Number ending
849. Number suffix.
850. Numerical ending
851. Numerical ending.
852. Numerical suffix.
853. Octogenarian in 1946
854. Octogenarian once
855. Of bopping age?
856. Older child perhaps
857. Olympic female gymnast typically
858. Olympic gymnast often
859. One driving a car with two brakes often
860. One experiencing rapid growth often
861. One going off to college maybe
862. One in MTV's target audience
863. One may be allowed to smoke but not drink
864. One nearing adulthood
865. One not quite 20
866. One of the ages
867. One on a first date perhaps
868. One on a first date probably
869. One past twelve?
870. One preparing for the prom
871. One recently bar mitzvahed e.g.
872. One smitten by puppy love usually
873. One starting college typically
874. One taking driver's ed perhaps
875. One who may be paid minimum wage
876. One with Bieber fever probably
877. One with high car insurance rates
878. Onetime (and possibly future) Los Angeles team
879. Over 12 and under 20
880. Parent's "ager"?
881. Parent's challenge
882. Parent's challenge perhaps
883. Parent's challenge sometimes
884. Parent's challenge stereotypically
885. Past 12 but not 20
886. Past twelve going on twenty
887. Pediatrician's patient perhaps
888. Person between 12 and 20
889. Person born in 2000 say
890. Person granted the vote by the Twenty-sixth Amendment
891. Person soon to be 20
892. Potential "Jeopardy!" tournament contestant
893. Practically any high schooler
894. Pre-twentysomething
895. Prep school youth usually
896. Preppy e.g.
897. Prom attendee as a rule
898. Prom attendee usually
899. Prom date
900. Prom-goer for one
901. Prom-goer usually
902. Promgoer
903. Promgoer e.g.
904. Promgoer probably
905. Promgoer usually
906. Pubic heir?
907. Quinceanera celebrant age-wise
908. Quinceanera honoree e.g.
909. Quinceanera or bat mitzvah honoree
910. Rebellious one maybe
911. Rebellious one often
912. Referring to any of seven numbers
913. Rock fancier
914. Rock hound?
915. Romeo or Juliet e.g.
916. SAT taker usually
917. SAT taker e.g.
918. SAT taker maybe
919. SAT taker usually
920. Sabrina Spellman e.g.
921. Sabrina for one
922. Sassy reader
923. School age
924. School kid
925. Scouting candidate
926. Selective Service registrant agewise
927. Six follower
928. Six or sub follower
929. Skateboard rider usually
930. Skateboarder often
931. Slumber party attendee typically
932. Slumber party attendee usually
933. Slumber party participant
934. Snapchat user likely
935. Snapchat user often
936. Snapchat user probably
937. Someone who is not yet 20
938. Soon-to-be adult
939. Sophomoric?
940. Stereotypical Snapchat user
941. Stereotypical watcher of "The O.C."
942. Steve Urkel e.g.
943. Student driver most likely
944. Student driver often
945. Student driver perhaps
946. Student driver probably
947. Student driver typically
948. Student driver usually
949. Subway door-blocker often
950. Suffix 'twixt 12 and 20
951. Suffix for "four"
952. Suffix for four
953. Suffix for some numbers
954. Suffix forming cardinal numbers.
955. Suffix on certain numbers.
956. Suffix on numbers.
957. Suffix with 4 or 6 but not 5
958. Suffix with a number.
959. Suffix with four or nine.
960. Suffix with four or six but not five
961. Suffix with four but not five
962. Suffix with four six etc.
963. Suffix with four six or seven but not five
964. Suffix with four six seven and nine
965. Suffix with nine but not ten
966. Suffix with six and seven.
967. Suffix with six or seven or ump.
968. Suffix with six or seven.
969. Suffix with six seven etc.
970. Summer intern often
971. Summer job seeker often
972. Summer temp often
973. Summer-job taker often
974. T.I. fan perhaps
975. TRL enthusiast
976. TV's Leonardo Rafael Michelangelo or Donatello e.g.
977. TV's Sabrina for one
978. Ten and: Suffix.
979. Termination of certain numbers.
980. The comics' Luann or Jughead e.g.
981. This puzzle's constructor for one
982. Tiger Beat reader most likely
983. TikTok fan likely
984. TikTok user likely
985. Traditional rebel
986. Trend follower often
987. Tween 12 and 20
988. Twentysomething's little sibling maybe
989. Typical "Hunger Games" fan
990. Typical 10th-grader
991. Typical Aeropostale shopper
992. Typical American Eagle Outfitters shopper
993. Typical Archie Comics character
994. Typical Elle Girl reader
995. Typical Facebook listee
996. Typical Girls' Life reader
997. Typical Hunger Games fan
998. Typical Insta user
999. Typical SAT taker
1000. Typical Selena Gomez fan
1001. Typical driving student
1002. Typical first date
1003. Typical habitual texter
1004. Typical high school student
1005. Typical high-schooler
1006. Typical new driver
1007. Typical promgoer
1008. Typical reader of John Green novels
1009. Typical summer intern
1010. Typical texter
1011. Ump chaser?
1012. Ump ending
1013. Usual SAT taker
1014. VSCO girl typically
1015. Video-game fan often
1016. What Shirley Temple was in the '40s
1017. What no Little Leaguer can be
1018. Wii user maybe
1019. Woodstock attendee
1020. Word before "Idle" or "Angel" in pop song titles
1021. Word before angst or pregnancy
1022. Word ladder part 4
1023. YA fiction reader perhaps
1024. YA reader
1025. YM competitor
1026. Young adult sometimes
1027. Young person
1028. Young voter
1029. Young voter perhaps
1030. Youngest possible voter
1031. Youngster
1032. Youth
1033. Youth group participant
1034. Youthful ending
1035. ___ Beat: old fan mag
1036. ___ People (magazine launched by Time 1/9/98)
1037. ___ People (popular magazine)
1038. ___ Titans (DC Comics superhero group)
1039. ___ Vogue magazine
1040. ___ Age
1041. ___ age.
1042. ___ canteen
1043. ___-age.
1044. fellow young person!"?
1045. {90210} kid e.g.
1046. Ending of cardinal numeral
1047. Between-age
1048. Suffix of cardinal numbers
1049. Beginning driver, usually
1050. Harry Potter, e.g.
1051. Olympic gymnast, often
1052. Former Tiger Beat rival
1053. Rating for the Guitar Hero games
1054. Fake ID user, often
1055. Bar Mitzvah boy, e.g.
1056. Many a singer on "Kidz Bop"
1057. Arcade patron, perhaps
1058. Parent's challenge, perhaps
1059. ___ Angel (1959 song)
1060. High school senior, typically
1061. High school soph, most likely
1062. Mall rat, most likely
1063. 90210 extra
1064. Britney Spears fan, often
1065. McDonald's part-timer, often
1066. Suffix with four or six, but not five
1067. High schooler, e.g.
1068. One driving a car with two brakes, often
1069. West Side Story extra
1070. High-schooler, e.g.
1071. College freshman, often
1072. Many a freshman, age-wise
1073. Archie or Veronica, always
1074. New high school graduate, usually
1075. Quinceanera celebrant, age-wise
1076. Twentysomething's little sibling, maybe
1077. Malia Obama, during her father's second term
1078. Half a pair meaning mighty small
1079. Nancy Drew <P>e.g.
1080. Beginning driver usually
1081. SAT taker usually
1082. See 32 Down
1083. ____ canteen
1084. Like Archie or Sluggo
1085. Steve Urkel e.g.
1086. Joan of Arc, e.g.
1087. Lovegirl singer ___ Marie
1088. With 56 Down, 1985 scary young 'un
1089. High-schoolers
1090. Bar mitzvah attendee, certainly
1091. Mall rats
1092. Half of a pair meaning very small
1093. Parent's challenge, sometimes
1094. Suffix with 4 or 6, but not 5
1095. Most microscopic
1096. Parent's challenge, stereotypically
1097. Prep school youth, usually
1098. . . . yellow polka dot bikini word
1099. Michael Landon role
1100. Young voter, perhaps
1101. Adults-in-training
1102. Coming-of-age movie subject, perhaps
1103. One on a first date, perhaps
1104. Lovergirl singer ___ Marie
1105. Ron Howard played one in "Happy Days"
1106. Driving-school students, usually
1107. Cold temperatures
1108. Between 12 and 20 years old
1109. Driving-test taker, typically
1110. Freshman, very often
1111. One side of the generation gap
1112. High schooler, most likely
1113. Many a rave-goer
1114. Promgoer, probably
1115. Many a new driver, informally
1116. Archie or Jughead, since 1941
1117. Jeremy of "Zits," e.g.
1118. Learner's permit holder, often
1119. 1960 No. 1 hit heard in "American Graffiti"
1120. Archie or Jughead, perpetually
1121. LeBron James, as a rookie
1122. McJob trainee, often
1123. Minute
1124. Smaller than small
1125. Cold weather
1126. Seven-year stretch
1127. Like most college freshmen
1128. Poster girl
1129. Singer ___ Marie
1130. Lovergirl singer
1131. Cold forecast
1132. Minuscule
1133. Mobile home
1134. ___ Marie, singer of the 1985 hit "Lovergirl"
1135. ___-weenie
1136. Joan of Arc, at the time of her death
1137. Lovergirl singer Marie
1138. Office fill-in
1139. Relate
1140. Home on the range?
1141. Mobile homes?
1142. Some shirts
1143. Choppers
1144. Saw features
1145. Cut canines
1146. Iran's capital
1147. Undershirts
1148. Golfing pegs
1149. Wobble
1150. =-- Aviv
1151. Rolodex no.
1152. Mobiles, e.g.
1153. =-- Aviv-Yafo
1154. Allegro, e.g.
1155. In need of a chill pill
1156. Legendary archer
1157. Mite-sized
1158. Lilliputian
1159. Most wee
1160. Adolescents
1161. Freezing temperatures
1162. High schoolers
1163. Many MTV watchers
1164. Coming-of-age period
1165. Bobby soxer
1166. Brandon ___ ("Boys Don't Cry" role)
1167. In the "difficult years"
1168. See 1-Across and 2-Down
1169. Auto-school client, probably
1170. Harry Potter, for one
1171. With 52 Down, movie plot device
1172. Minor, often
1173. Hilary Swank Oscar role
1174. 1957 Michael Landon role
1175. Suffix with four, six, or seven, but not five
1176. Prom or graduation, e.g.
1177. ___ Mutant Ninja Turtles
1178. Pediatrician's patient, perhaps
1179. Tiger Beat reader, most likely
1180. With 16-Across, popular rock star, perhaps
1181. Trend follower, often
1182. American Graffiti extras
1183. Adolescent frustrater?
1184. Not Another ___ Movie
1185. Brandon ___ (Hilary Swank's "Boys Don't Cry" role)
1186. One of high school age: Colloq.
1187. Girl's nickname.
1188. Age of youth.
1189. Comic strip hero.
1190. Harold of comic strip fame.
1191. Harold of the comics.
1192. Suffix for certain numbers.
1193. What the babies of 1937 are today.
1194. Termination for cardinal numbers.
1195. Growing-up time.
1196. Between-age.
1197. Ending for some cardinal numbers.
1198. Ending of cardinal numeral.
1199. Suffix of cardinal numbers.
1200. Describing seven long years.
1201. Juvenile.
1202. Eddie Fisher fan.
1203. Adolescent.
1204. Prefix used with age.
1205. Suffix for cardinal numbers.
1206. Between 12 and 20.
1207. Characteristic of youth.
1208. Designating the younger set.
1209. Of adolescent years.
1210. Youngster: Slang.
1211. Of a time for fun and frolic.
1212. Citizen of tomorrow.
1213. Of a certain age group.
1214. Re certain youngsters.
1215. Young person.
1216. Bobby-sox set.
1217. One on a first date, probably
1218. Happy Days extra
1219. Archie or Jughead, always
1220. Betty or Veronica, for more than 60 years
1221. Romeo or Juliet, e.g.
1222. Word ladder, part 4
1223. High schooler, typically
1224. 13 Across member
1225. Suffix for cardinal numbers
1226. Prefix used with age
1227. Ending on a cardinal number
1228. Suffix forming cardinal numbers
1229. Termination of certain numbers
1230. Suffix on certain numbers
1231. Suffix with six and seven
1232. Suffix on numbers
1233. Suffix with four or nine
1234. Of a certain age group
1235. Suffix with six or seven or ump
1236. Twixt and
1237. Between and
1238. Newman in
1239. Youth 'twixt and
1240. One under
1241. Typical young adult novel reader
1242. Aged 13 to 19, informally
1243. Future twentysomething
1244. Malala Yousafzai was one when she won a Nobel Prize
1245. Many a character on HBO’s “Euphoria”
1246. Typical student driver