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synonyms for grow

  • advance
  • age
  • become
  • breed
  • build
  • come
  • cultivate
  • develop
  • expand
  • flourish
  • gain
  • increase
  • mature
  • multiply
  • produce
  • raise
  • rise
  • spread
  • sprout
  • swell
  • thrive
  • turn
  • widen
  • abound
  • amplify
  • arise
  • augment
  • burgeon
  • dilate
  • enlarge
  • extend
  • germinate
  • heighten
  • issue
  • luxuriate
  • maturate
  • mount
  • originate
  • propagate
  • pullulate
  • ripen
  • shoot
  • stem
  • stretch
  • thicken
  • vegetate
  • wax
  • branch out
  • burst forth
  • come to be
  • fill out
  • get bigger
  • get taller
  • pop up
  • spring up
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antonyms for grow

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  • cease
  • compress
  • contract
  • decline
  • decrease
  • demolish
  • destroy
  • diminish
  • drop
  • fail
  • halt
  • ignore
  • languish
  • lessen
  • lose
  • lower
  • narrow
  • neglect
  • raze
  • recede
  • reduce
  • repress
  • retreat
  • ruin
  • shrink
  • stop
  • abridge
  • condense
  • curtail
  • hold
  • keep
  • shorten
  • stunt
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How to use grow in a sentence

Between 1920 and 1980, it was one of the fastest-growing countries in the world.
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For as much as streaming has grown, traditional TV has remained the dominant medium among audiences and advertisers.
HOW THE FUTURE OF TV AND STREAMING HAS – AND HASN’T – BEEN RESHAPED SO FAR BY 2020TIM PETERSONSEPTEMBER 16, 2020DIGIDAY
In recent weeks, every day has been growing compared to the previous day.
ARE YOU READY TO START TRAVELING FOR WORK AGAIN? TRIPACTIONS’ CEO IS BANKING ON ITMICHAL LEV-RAM, WRITERSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
Oracle just reported that its quarterly cloud services and licensing revenue grew 2% to almost $7 billion.
MEET SNOWFLAKE, ONE OF THE BUZZIEST TECH IPOS EVERAARON PRESSMANSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
The millions of people moving north will mostly head to the cities of the Northeast and Northwest, which will see their populations grow by roughly 10%, according to one model.
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It’s also using this selective process of publishing on Instagram too, where it’s also seeing grow.
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High-waist leggings gave me space to curl up in a ball and never squeezed my growing tummy.
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If you grow up doing stores — and Blockbuster was really, really good at stores — you become very specialized about that.
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Mill City, Oregon, is ash, as is Malden, Washington, and the fires are still growing and moving.
OUR CLIMATE-CHANGE FUTURE IS HEREHEATHER HANSMANSEPTEMBER 11, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
It goes without saying that Ferns of all kinds are interesting plants to grow in the garden and house.
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WORDS RELATED TO GROW

  • accumulate
  • amass
  • build up
  • collect
  • enlarge
  • flow
  • gather
  • grow
  • increase
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