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Definition of Grown

  • p. p. of Grow.

How to use grown in a sentence. Grown pronunciation.

He has grown rich while I borrow from Europe to pay my army and to meet the demands of the Sultan.
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Egypt, industrial in a real sense; Egypt, paying her own way without tyranny and loans: Egypt, without corvee, and with an army hired from a full public purse; Egypt, grown strong and able to resist the suzerainty and cruel tribute-that touched his native goodness of heart, so long, in disguise; it appealed to the sense of leadership in him; to the love of the soil deep in his bones; to regard for the common people-for was not his mother a slave?
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It had grown to a head with revolution and conspiracy.
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In two or three weeks I had grown wonderfully fascinated with the curious new country and concluded to put off my return to "the States" awhile.
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I had grown well accustomed to wearing a damaged slouch hat, blue woolen shirt, and pants crammed into boot-tops, and gloried in the absence of coat, vest and braces.
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The fact is, the freighting business had grown to such important proportions that there was nearly as much excitement over suddenly acquired toll-road fortunes as over the wonderful silver mines.
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These assessments had grown so oppressive that it seemed necessary to look into the matter personally.
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She has formerly been one of _Sampson's Foxes_, and has carried so much fire in her Tail, as has burnt all those that have had to do with her: But the mark being out of her Mouth, and she grown past her own Labour, yet being a well-wisher to the Mathematicks, she sets up for a Procurer of fresh Goods for her old Customers.
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His Wench was glad she was so rid of him; for being become Poor, and not able to supply her with Money, she was grown quite a weary of him; but not of her way of Living; For as soon as he was gone, she repairs again to the Old Bawd; and acquainted her how matters stood with her.
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Soon after he goes to his Drab again, and to her he repeats what his Wife had said to him: which so far had rais'd her Choler, that she gives it vent in such Language as this: What has she fed upon nothing but Crabbs of late, that she is grown so sowr!
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But what can a youth who has grown up among rocks and caves know of the charms of women.
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The girl had all at once grown reticent, and her lips showed the less amiable possibilities of their contour.
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The sun had grown less ardent, and a breeze, no longer fitful, made walking pleasant.
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He felt that he could not even reply to it, as he had grown so far away from "literature" as he had previously understood it.
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But he started up, put more coal on the fire, and brought a drink of water, first to his sister, then his father; without any bidding, and with the consideration of a grown person.
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On examination of the state of his heart, he found that it had, gradually and almost unconsciously, grown cold and departed far from Christ.
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Each trial only increased its tenacity, and brought him greater humility, for it opened his own heart to a sense of his own powerlessness, and this faith has grown with work and trial, till its strength is beyond all precedent.
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Merrill's life was saved in answer to prayer; was the means of his father's salvation, and when he in turn had grown to an age when he could learn of God, his own prayer was the means of saving his own sister's life_. Notice, too, that all earthly available means were used to save each child, but to no effect.
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That they used a finer accent than their servants, signified only that they had grown up amid falsities, and were enabled, by the help of money, to dwell above-stairs, instead of with their spiritual kindred below.
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The physical attraction of which she had always been conscious in Tarrant's presence seemed to have grown stronger since she had dismissed him from her mind.
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Examples of Grown

Example #1
What man can offer evidence in this save the Effendina who would profit by his death?
Example #2
Always, always some rumour of assassination, or of conspiracy, or the influence and secret agents of the Sultan-all Nahoum.
Example #3
And, if riches could be got, as this pale Frank proposed, by less extortion from the fellah and less kourbash, so much the happier for all. He was capable of patriotism, and this Quaker dreamer had stirred it in him a little.
Example #4
To make the rich poorer would suit him well, so long as he remained rich.
Example #5
For months before he came conscripts had been gathered in the Nile country from Rosetta to Assouan, and here and there, far south, tribes had revolted.
Example #6
David had been too late to stop it.