Thesaurus / grows


And look at our little one—how pretty he is, and how he grows!

If you desire to avoid observation you can remain here until it grows darker, and then you can walk up to the mansion.

A Bicycle of CathayFrank R. Stockton

It has a creeping stem, and grows from one to two feet high.

Field and Woodland PlantsWilliam S. Furneaux

That I believe to be the truth of the matter, so far as it may be ascertained, and the certainty of it grows apace.

The mind of one who does not work for that which he needs, but commands it from others, grows heavy and sluggish.

The Montessori MethodMaria Montessori

One has noticed that madame is distraite, grows thin, looks unlike herself.

The EddyClarence L. Cullen

There, day by day, grows the sentiment of filial veneration and love.

A young liar will be an old one; and a young knave will only be a greater knave as he grows older.

This plant is related to the beautiful geranium which grows in our gardens.

The hurricane, however, grows and grows, and when it has reached to 100 or 120 miles an hour nothing can withstand it.


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