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


He was now a fullgrown lad, finely built and with black hair.

In times like these every soul should do the work of a fullgrown man.

His beard was fullgrown, his clothes travel-stained and worn.

Also it is the mark of the awakened and the fullgrown to know, or to feel, the difference between good and evil.

Actually it is full enough of dust-nuclei to outfit a fullgrown fog if the dewpoint should be favorable.

For days I marvelled at the magnificence of being a fullgrown man, unafraid of big rivers.

And once again Harry stared into the wide eyes he remembered so well—the same wide eyes, set in the face of a fullgrown man.

He leaped from his couch as blithe as a midshipman receiving his first love letter from a fullgrown dame.

How can men who have tasted liberty prefer slavery, or fullgrown sons desire to return to the "rudiments" of childhood?

The leading strings, which preserve and uphold the infant, would impede the fullgrown man.