Definition of Outgrowing

1. Verb. (third-person singular of outgrow) ¹



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Definition of Outgrowing

1. outgrow [v] - See also: outgrow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outgrowing

outgreens
outgrew
outgrin
outgrinned
outgrinning
outgrins
outgross
outgrossed
outgrosses
outgrossing
outground
outgrounds
outgroup
outgroups
outgrow
outgrowing (current term)
outgrown
outgrows
outgrowth
outgrowths
outguard
outguards
outguess
outguessed
outguesses
outguessing
outguide
outguided
outguides
outguiding

Literary usage of Outgrowing

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1. Training the Girl: By William A. McKeever by William Arch McKeever (1914)
"... own Mary should be the best dressed girl in the school, or even so conspicuously adorned that envious eyes might fall upon her. outgrowing HER CLOTHES ..."

2. Library of Natural History by Richard Lydekker (1901)
"In addition to certain other structures, this outgrowing tail includes the nerve tube and the notochord; and in some forms contains the only muscles ..."

3. A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians by William Wilberforce (1835)
"We thus mistake merely outgrowing our vices, or relinquishing them from some change in our worldly circumstances, for a thorough, or at least for a ..."

4. The Equilibration of Human Aptitudes and Powers of Adaptation by Cyrenus Osborne Ward (1895)
"Born to Fight and Strive, War is outgrowing its Original Object and is Teaching Harmony without Competition—Differentiation a Moral Law of Nature—By it, ..."

5. My Creed by Minot Judson Savage (1887)
"outgrowing THE OLD BELIEFS. EVERY religion implies a theology; that is, a scheme or system of thought underlying it, out of which it springs and which in ..."

6. My Creed by Minot Judson Savage (1897)
"outgrowing THE OLD BELIEFS. EVERY religion implies a theology; that is, a scheme or system of thought underlying it, out of which it springs and which in ..."

7. Miracles and Supernatural Religion by James Morris Whiton (1903)
"The present outgrowing of this conception. IT is barely forty years since that beloved and fearless Christian scholar, Dean Stanley, spoke thus of the ..."

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