grow[ groh ]SEE DEFINITION OF grow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROW
It looks as if the dew was on it; but the tears will not make it grow again—will they?
"You grow dearer every minute," she assured them on her last night at home.
If you grow up and have muscles like them, you can call yourself a man.
My land would not grow corn enough, or good enough for my necessity.
What do they do but live and suck in sustenance and grow fat?
Perhaps some day I might take after her and grow equally well-favoured.
It was the year my tusks began to grow that I first saw him.
The stranger seemed to grow impatient at these remonstrances.
I have felt them already, and expect to feel them more, as I grow older.
The need of the teacher will not grow less as the century goes on.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GROW
- add to
- beef up
- blow up
- give details
- grow larger
- jack up
- jazz up
- make larger
- slap on