Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I had to spring into the situation with knowledge, as Minerva did into life, full grown.

Gather the grapes when they are full grown, but before they begin to purple.

Peel and wash a pound of full grown potatoes, grate them on a bread grater into a deep dish, containing a quart of clear water.

It is a large organ, weighing nearly three pounds when full grown.

Every "new" farmer when full grown competes with every mossback.

So is the apple-tree, even when full grown, within the reach of children.

When full grown they will burrow into the sand in the jar and change to the pupa.

A brief examination of some of the tubers showed us that they were full grown.

It is spoken of as though he were a full grown man, insulting the modesty of women.

The frog, when full grown, can live on the land or in the water.