waithood

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wait +‎ -hood

Noun[edit]

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waithood ‎(uncountable)

  1. A period of limbo faced by young college graduates in the Arab world, in which activities belonging to the traditional transition into adulthood, such as marriage and buying a home, are put off to allow the securing of employment or money.

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