Definitions of "infancy"
  1. A state of being below a certain age and considered legally unqualified or incapable
  2. The state in which an individual is too young to be held accountable for certain legal obligations or actions, often determined by a specific law-set age
How to use "infancy" in a sentence
  1. The contract was nullified due to the seller's infancy at the time of agreement.
  2. The defense claimed that the offender's infancy made him incapable of fully comprehending the consequences of his actions.
  3. Due to the buyer's infancy, they were protected from entering into a legally binding contract without a guardian's approval.

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