immature person

See: juvenile
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Soon after Afridi's tweet, Indian opener Gautam Gambhir had mocked the former Pakistan player and referred to him as a perennially immature person.
He said that Senate has its separate sanctity, adding that it was shameful act that an elected democratic government in Balochistan province was toppled and immature person made Chief Minister.
Britain Football Soccer - Manchester United v West Ham United - EFL Cup Quarter Final - Old Trafford - 30/11/16 Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring their fourth goal - Reuters / Phil Noble CAIRO -- 13 December 2017: Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic described Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola as an immature person. The player worked with Guardiola for one year at Barcelona before he decided to leave.
He told the teenager that he continued to regard him as a risk to the public, adding: "I cannot disregard what you said earlier and how you are an impressionable, immature person susceptible to radicalisation."
John Kennerley, defending Marshall, said: "It must be an immature person who acted in the way he did by putting on Facebook the fact he had cannabis which he was offering for sale - not the actions of a sophisticated, hardened criminal.
I'm hoping it's only going to be the latter, but even I, the immature person that I am, know that I will be disappointed with the odds.
Terming PTI's chief remarks about Balochistan as non-serious and non-realistic, the minister labelled Imran Khan as "politically immature person".
Some immature person once even likened religion to poison, can you believe it?
Of course, a child is an immature person requiring the care of others, so his parents (or legal guardians) properly raise him according to their own judgment (so long as they do not violate the child's rights).
Adrian Dent, defending, said at the time Gilchrist was a confused, immature person, struggling with his own sexuality.