grown-up

[ grohn-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF grown-up

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROWN-UP

That was her grown-up crinoline, swing-swinging as she went.

This fact is simply that a child is a nuisance to a grown-up person.

It was the first time that any one had addressed me by that grown-up title.

At last the grown-up sisters absorbed all of Mammy's spare time.

She treated her as an equal, as a grown-up woman of experience.

Oh to be allowed to operate properly, as grown-up people do!

The same people were there, and their own daughter was a grown-up girl, but Roma was gone.

The boys say "how-do-you-do" and try to smile like grown-up folks.

Jerry, this boy is my nephew Graham—he's not nearly as grown-up as he looks.

He was much interested, he had not realized that she was grown-up enough to teach.

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