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adjective as in developed

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Full-grown men play-acting at being hurt when absolutely nothing happened.

She was now eight weeks old, nearly full grown, but still at least a month from being of an age to take her first flight.

The angsty, hazy mind of a teenager is a source of constant befuddlement and dismay for full-grown observers.

Baxter is a full-grown long-haired chihuahua who likes howling along to Vampire Weekend's 2008 hit song "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa."

We love these works because we love the child - and because they show the promise of the full-grown human imagination.

Sometimes when the children were playing in the snow, they found the antlers of a full-grown stag.

The children began to look for the antlers of the full-grown stags in early winter.

The northward migration of the Pygmies seems to have been accompanied or followed by that of a full grown people.

The full-grown tree is quite large, ranging sixty feet and over in height and about eight feet around the trunk.

These animals are very prolific; the young ones follow the dam, and do not separate from her till they are full grown.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to full-grown, such as: mature, ready, and ripe.

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