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full-grown

[foo l-grohn] /ˈfʊlˈgroʊn/
adjective
1.
completely grown; mature.
Origin of full-grown
1660-1670
First recorded in 1660-70
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  • At the time of his own death he is supposed to be a full-grown man.

    Theaetetus Plato
  • But the ideal, the artistic side of him is all but full-grown.

    Audrey Craven May Sinclair
  • Nor in these days, when I am full-grown and understand, will I have a word spoken in his dishonor.

  • Scarcely had he spoken when there leaped into view a full-grown wolf.

  • But I won't mistrust the gal; she has an eye like a full-grown buck!

    The Pioneers James Fenimore Cooper
  • full-grown animals vary in length from thirty to thirty-six inches.

    The Stamps of Canada Bertram Poole

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