(1) However, we were but callow , untried amateurs back then.(2) The story, such as it is, revolves around the amorous misadventures of the brothers Kirwan, three callow youths with high sex drives but poor steering control.(3) Sending off a bunch of callow lads because a few opinion-formers safely over conscription age thought it was a good idea and might secure the next election would have been outrageous.(4) Elsewhere, it's a case of familiar faces with the same blend of seasoned professionals and callow youths expected to form the backbone of the side.(5) A callow president had the sense to surround himself with people who had three great virtues.(6) His career has its interesting moments, but he registers on screen as no more than a callow , whey-faced pretty boy in need of a charisma transfusion.(7) Pop still mesmerises the callow tastes of the young, but rock seems to have been sidelined into a form that reflects the thought processes and last-gasp ambitions of the middle-aged.(8) Even back then, even as a callow teen, I defended his right to have written it, though I was inclined to want to punch him in the face for having done so, were I ever to meet him.(9) But Lara is adamant that their first match, against South Africa, will provide an accurate barometer of just how far his callow and inexperienced team have come.(10) But as all the girls were being played by callow youths with high voices, many of the bawdy references would be directed at them and their questionable or unformed masculinity.(11) Our relationship goes back more than 25 years to the days when he was coaching at the Greenyards in Melrose, and I was a callow flanker still finding my way in the game.(12) Hay is able to recount the callow 17-year-old who impressed him in training.(13) The main body of the film focuses on Homer's physical and emotional journey, with Maguire, boyish and callow , fumbling his way through his character's awakening.(14) He finds a way for us to root for the callow man, and even root for Martha and him to find happiness any way they can.(15) At 27 I was too breezy, too callow , and more gullible than I'd like to admit.(16) Do officials or advisers, whose ignorance of learning and teaching is matched only by their callow arrogance, really believe that they have a right to tell primary teachers what to do and how to think?