EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROWN
A light not of this world is gleaming there; and it has grown brighter and clearer since we parted.
Why the world should have grown cold at that particular moment, we do not know.
It had grown much too cold to do without some sort of artificial covering.
The sound in her ear had grown to a roar, as of many mill-wheels.
It was through her renunciation that he had grown so strong, so pure, so good.
There was, in every room, an aged smell, grown faint with confinement.
There was greater freedom in her carriage, and she seemed to have grown.
Rice-puddings can be grown, ready-made, by sowing rice with cowcumbers.
Yet she did not know that she was crushing out the germ which might have grown in his heart.
He had not grown vicious, as have so many of his fellows among the sons of the rich.
late 14c., past participle adjective from grow (v.).
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