well matured

[ muh-toor, -tyoor, -choor, -chur ]

Antonyms for well matured

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This one should be well matured, at least at the base, and should have well-formed eyes.

His plans are well matured, and, moreover, aim at the good of his country.

Everything had been well matured in his mind, and all promised success.

The wood also was very hard and well matured with a small pith even on vigorous shoots.

This late growth invariably suffers more severely from winter cold than growth that is well matured.

Select budwood that is well matured, from the first, second, and third flushes from the end of a branch.

The moon was well matured, and lit up the darkness of the forest, casting a weird glamour o'er the scene.

He reflected upon the subject until the next day, because he did not wish to propose any thing to them, until it was well matured.

Graft with scions of the previous year's growth, but well matured, and apply cement, to keep the sap from coming out.

Induce a vigorous growth of wood, and let this be well matured by exposure to the sun and free ventilation.