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As our brains mature from childhood to adulthood, we also undergo apoptosis.

Serious soundSmart speakers that talk just turned five, and you can actually hear them maturing.

“He was a monster,” Gur said of the player then maturing before Israel’s eyes.

As the product category expands and matures, more adoption is almost certainly likely—in either case, it’s good to know that some of the big guns still feel strongly about its potential.

The category has matured to offer an interesting range of options for children across a wide span of ages, shedding some of its earlier reliance on Disney IP in favor of more original ideas.

You will find a site that matures close to 200,000 casks of whisky.

His family had to flee, and he goes on a geographic as well as an inward journey as the young Qais matures fast.

The suspension applies to all components and will remain effect until the fiscal situation matures.

But there have been plenty of gems—Tyler Burrell is on fire—as the show matures in its third season but never gets old.

By May, its bulb can grow as big as two centimeters, and turns pink and then a deep red as it matures.

The fruit commonly has the general shape of the female inflorescence, but as it matures it increases greatly in size.

In the flower where the father and mother part matures at the same time, self-fertilization is the rule.

Still higher up the forage matures later and the grazing season extends from August until November.

This is almost identical with the Cauliflower, except that it usually requires a longer season and matures in the fall.

When the period of growth is well advanced, the living thing matures organs for the preservation of its kind.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to matures, such as: evolve, develop, mushroom, blossom, ripen, and mellow.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.