out-growth[ out-grohth ]SEE DEFINITION OF out-growth
Synonyms for out-growth
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-GROWTH
The order is not the out-growth directly, or even indirectly, of any pre-existing organization.
The birth of Norman architecture, as it is commonly known, was undoubtedly an out-growth of the older Romanesque.
On reaching the surface the granulations which form this out-growth exude a fluid which is highly contagious.
When growth is harmonious and many-sided, it leads of necessity to out-growth, to escape from self.