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full-grown

[foo l-grohn] /ˈfʊlˈgroʊn/
adjective
1.
completely grown; mature.
Origin
1660-1670
1660-70
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Examples for full-grown
  • Life in the oceans is growing less abundant and big, full-grown adult fish much rarer.
  • Calves and full-grown animals get sick and die from all kinds of things, from predation to viruses.
  • We are replacing old, full-grown trees with little saplings.
  • The tiny sprouts-less than an inch across-lack the bitterness of their full-grown counterparts.
  • This, therefore, is the first full-grown masque as distinguished from an entertainment which he published.
  • The jaguars occasionally killed horses and full-grown cows, but not bulls.
  • These full-grown giants could probably carry seeds much further.
  • Imagine a race of full-grown humans the size of preschoolers living alongside us for thousands and thousands of years.
  • Mike says a full-grown bull will weigh around six tons.
  • These fish grow up to three feet in length and weigh up to ten pounds when full-grown.

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