When he outgrew his toddler car seat, he still needed a seat with a harness, as he is unable to sit in place with just a lap belt.
Flora, in a measure, outgrew her bodily infirmities, but she was always an invalid.
His career shows no truckling to self-interest, and on large issues he outgrew partisanship.
The Russian state, in its struggle for existence, outgrew its economic basis.
He never, however, outgrew Gothic methods and really belongs in the fourteenth century.
Soon he outgrew these primitive facilities, and built small shops, frequently in the garden or back yard of his home.
He avoided the bigotry and bitterness of the early Brownists, and outgrew as years went on the narrowness of rigid Separatism.
They outgrew their jackets, and became men; and I felt that I had not lived in vain.
In a few years Van Buren outgrew the professional limitations of Kinderhook.
Of all the great men of that century, Lessing was perhaps the only one who outgrew this narrow critical habit.