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grow old

verb as in age


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Martha hoped that “from this moment [they] would grow old together, in solitude and tranquility.”

People there are born, go to school, get married, grow old, and die within a 50-mile radius.

I wanted to marry, have children, celebrate the holidays with friends and family, and grow old with dignity.

The other side can just wait until you grow old and die, and then try again.

I begin to grow old; I have given my top note, I fancy;—and I have written too many books.

The youthful Rudras, they who never grow old, the slayers of the demon, have grown irresistible like mountains.

The world therefore could neither increase nor diminish, nor further grow old.

What fate could be so high as to grow old in a national affection?

Unfortunately, she forgot to ask for him immortal youth, and after a while he began to grow old.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grow old, such as: deteriorate, develop, get along, grow, grow up, and mature.

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