verb (used with object), out·grew, out·grown, out·grow·ing.
verb (used without object), out·grew, out·grown, out·grow·ing.
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Sources say that the actress, singer, and sometime Justin Bieber girlfriend had “outgrown” her parents.Selena Gomez, Macaulay Culkin, and More Stars Who Divorce Their Parents|Marina Watts|April 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You may find s/he has outgrown old customs—something new you two can share.
In such double-take times we clung—tightly—to the things, silly things, that we have outgrown.
Their demand was that the AAP stop treating intersexuality as a birth defect that can be corrected, outgrown, and forgotten.
It turns out in the wake of the Internet revolution, snark as a style has outgrown its original limited function.
Meg and Jan were busy in the day-nursery, making the little garments that were outgrown so fast.Jan and Her Job|L. Allen Harker
I'm afraid I've outgrown some of the things, but this party dress was always too long and the petticoats have big tucks in them.The Cinder Pond|Carroll Watson Rankin
That the Kid should have outgrown so quickly his content with Stubby seemed much more amazing than it really was.The Flying U's Last Stand|B. M. Bower
The business had outgrown him and his limited means, had become unwieldy and unmanageable.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands|George Francis Train
As soon as the child will have outgrown infancy it will join companions of its age in common play under common care and direction.Woman and Socialism|August Bebel