The boy grew wise as he matured.
The town grew smaller and smaller in the distance as we travelled.
You have grown strong.
Grow angry; grow closer.
An example of grow is when a child gets older and begins to develop.
An example of grow is when your hair becomes longer.
An example of grow is when a plant starts as a seed and then develops.
An example of grow is when you do the action of causing a plant to germinate and then develop.
An example of grow is when you take your money and invest it to make more of it.
A yard grown over with weeds.
A plant that grows in shade.
Tree trunks that had grown together.
Love that grew from friendship.
Grow a beard.
Strategies that grew the family business.
Cactus grows in sand.
To grow in wisdom.
To grow weary of the daily routine.
To grow a beard.
He grows peppers and squash each summer in his garden.
Have you ever grown your hair before?
- To develop or come into existence from:An article that grew out of a few scribbled notes.
- to develop so as to beA boy grows into a man.
- to grow or develop so as to fit into or be suited to
- to have a gradually increasing effect on; come gradually to seem more important, dear, or admirable to
- to develop from
- to outgrow
- to reach maturity; become adult or attain full growth
- to come to be; develop; arise
Origin of grow
- Middle English growen from Old English grōwan ghrē- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition