growth[ grohth ]SEE DEFINITION OF growth
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROWTH
That it is one tree seems to be evident from the growth of the bark only on the outside.
It must be a stage in its growth or it would not come into it.
That we pass out of this phase of being as we came into it, for Growth.
In growth all is adjusted to capacity; it is not meant to shock, force, or frighten.
To the seeing eye decay is as fair as growth, and death as life.
He was now forty-five years of age, the forces of youth and growth had left him.
The question is, How was the land surface formed for the growth of plants?
What the moral ends were depended upon the growth of the moral ideal.
We repeat that we are not much concerned with the growth of the idea of the power of God.
The growth of the Hebrew idea was somewhat parallel to this.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR GROWTH
- adding to
- making progress