Definition of Fully grown

1. Adjective. (of animals) fully developed. "A grown woman"

Exact synonyms: Adult, Big, Full-grown, Grown, Grownup
Category relationships: Animal, Animate Being, Beast, Brute, Creature, Fauna
Similar to: Mature
Derivative terms: Adult, Adult, Grownup



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fully Grown

fullness
fullnesses
fullought
fulloughts
fulls
fullscale
fullsome
fulltime
fullwidth
fully
fully-fledged
fully-loaded
fully briefed
fully fashioned
fully fledged
fully grown (current term)
fully qualified hostname
fully well
fulmar
fulmar petrel
fulmars
fulmiaic
fulminant
fulminant hepatitis
fulminant hyperpyrexia
fulminate
fulminate of mercury
fulminated
fulminates
fulminating

Literary usage of Fully grown

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the American Entomological Society. by American Entomological Society (1886)
"It is probable that the larva figured on the accompanying plate is fully grown. Two specimens were kindly sent me by Mr. WG Wright, one of which will l>e ..."

2. A Laboratory Text-book of Embryology by Charles Sedgwick Minot (1910)
"The fully grown Ovum Before Maturation. The structure to be here described is not the true sexual element, but is only the modified germ-cell which has ..."

3. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1853)
"Bucks of this variety, when fully grown, will shear from 0 to 10 Ibs. of well washed wool." has given his own personal attention to his sheep, j that "large ..."

4. A Preliminary Catalog of the Birds of Missouri by Otto Widmann (1907)
"After the young are fully grown and can take care of themselves, the species takes to roaming and visits all kinds of trees and places, even in thickly ..."

5. The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"In summer, when the rushes are fully grown, they are cut and tied up in bundles, which are dried, and afterwards carried into the larger towns and cities, ..."

6. Appleton's New Practical Cyclopedia: A New Work of Reference Based Upon the edited by Marcus Benjamin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick, Gerald Van Casteel, George Jotham Hagar (1920)
"When fully grown it is • or a little more in height, blackish, with hands and feet. It more nearly resembles 2. Foot. 3. Skull. in appearance than does any ..."

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