matures

[ muh-toor, -tyoor, -choor, -chur ]SEE DEFINITION OF matures
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It is certain that no eel ever matures or spawns in fresh water.

It is rather that as he matures, he sees new relationships in the old.

But McClellan, as his supporters say, matures his strategical plans.

In New England it matures in July and is found on bushes all summer.

In Massachusetts and Connecticut it matures about the first of September.

It matures in the northern states about the first of August.

It is well to begin with some plant that grows quickly and matures early.

Fruit ripens about one week before Isabella, matures unevenly.

Ah, the brain stratifies and matures, even in the pauses of the pen.

The Sugar Palm developes and matures on an average six leaves every year.