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See definition of upgrowth on Dictionary.com
  • as inunfolding
  • as indevelopment

synonyms for upgrowth

  • flowering
  • addition
  • adulthood
  • advance
  • advancement
  • advancing
  • augmentation
  • augmenting
  • boost
  • buildup
  • developing
  • elaborating
  • enlargement
  • evolution
  • evolving
  • expansion
  • growth
  • hike
  • improvement
  • increase
  • increasing
  • maturation
  • maturing
  • maturity
  • perfecting
  • progress
  • progression
  • reinforcement
  • reinforcing
  • spread
  • spreading
  • unraveling
  • upping
  • adding to
  • evolvement
  • making progress
  • ongoing
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antonyms for upgrowth

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  • decline
  • decrease
  • diminishment
  • failure
  • halt
  • lessening
  • loss
  • reduction
  • retreat
  • retrogression
  • shrinkage
  • stagnation
  • stop
  • stoppage
  • subtraction
  • withdrawal
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How to use upgrowth in a sentence

But Cecil and his mistress could watch the upgrowth of national wealth with cooler eyes.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJOHN RICHARD GREEN
Each also sends ventralwards a plate which meets an upgrowth from the pterygoid and acts as an alisphenoid.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
It shows us primitive or primeval man, the dawn of civilization, the daybreak of religion, the upgrowth of national life.
MOON LORETIMOTHY HARLEY
This layer is not however derived from an upgrowth of the mesoblast of the somites, but from cells which originate in the yolk.
THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME II (OF 4)FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
The glory of Crcy or Poitiers was dearly bought by the upgrowth of English pauperism.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME II (OF 8)JOHN RICHARD GREEN
The middle class which was thus created was reinforced by the upgrowth of a corresponding class in our towns.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME I (OF 8)JOHN RICHARD GREEN
The mighty upgrowth of nations and the great achievements of history germinated in the nursery of home and at the mothers breast.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: EPHESIANSG. G. FINDLAY
There was a swift upgrowth of the hedgerows, a sudden vision of cows and horses, and of people running across fields.
TALES FROM MANY SOURCESVARIOUS
The extent of the shell and commencing upgrowth of the mantle-skirt is indicated by a line forming a curve from a to F.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 16, SLICE 1VARIOUS
There was a sudden upgrowth of virulent pamphlets of the old Martin Marprelate type.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME V (OF 8) JOHN RICHARD GREEN
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WORDS RELATED TO UPGROWTH

  • adding to
  • addition
  • adulthood
  • advance
  • advancement
  • advancing
  • augmentation
  • augmenting
  • boost
  • buildup
  • chrysalis
  • developing
  • elaborating
  • enlargement
  • evolution
  • evolvement
  • evolving
  • expansion
  • flowering
  • hike
  • improvement
  • increase
  • increasing
  • making progress
  • maturation
  • maturing
  • maturity
  • ongoing
  • ontogenesis
  • ontogeny
  • perfecting
  • progress
  • progression
  • reinforcement
  • reinforcing
  • spread
  • spreading
  • unfolding
  • unraveling
  • upgrowth
  • upping
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