verb (used with object), out·grew, out·grown, out·grow·ing.
verb (used without object), out·grew, out·grown, out·grow·ing.
Origin of outgrow
Examples from the Web for outgrew
Contemporary Examples of outgrew
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.The Cost of Raising a Special Needs Son
June 11, 2014
Historical Examples of outgrew
Flora, in a measure, outgrew her bodily infirmities, but she was always an invalid.Down The River
First Frank, the lad, outgrew the country schools, just as he outgrew his clothes.Frank of Freedom Hill
Samuel A. Derieux
They outgrew their jackets, and became men; and I felt that I had not lived in vain.Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Edward E. Hale
The Russian state, in its struggle for existence, outgrew its economic basis.Our Revolution
I outgrew all beakers and tankards, and not for long could he half-drown me in his mead pot.The Jacket (The Star-Rover)