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Synonyms for grow

become

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grow into something or someone

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  • become
  • turn into
  • develop (into)
  • come to be

Synonyms for grow

to bring into existence and foster the development of

to bring or come to full development

to come to be

Synonyms for grow

pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute

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develop and reach maturity

cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques

come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)

grow emotionally or mature

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become attached by or as if by the process of growth

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References in periodicals archive ?
Bjorn says they simply grew apart, adding: "We got married quite young and, after 10 years, you find out you're different and you grow apart.
But the Irish Daily Mirror can reveal that Lisa has been left devastated by the breakdown of the relationship after they grew apart in recent months.
Frederick Gauntlett, 48, and Teresa, 42, grew apart after disabled son Nathan, 24, died six weeks earlier but they still shared a home.
Vijay's very demanding to work for and I think they just grew apart.
George Culwick, 87, and Lucy Heenan, 88, grew apart in their 20s when the businessman started travelling around the country with his engineering firm.
The stunning 29-year-old has split with Aston Villa hunk John Carew after just three months - because they grew apart.
He and Sharon were happy together with the girls, but he admits they grew apart and he took legal advice about getting access to the children.
She said: "We grew apart and realised it just wasn't going to work.
But a friend said: "They grew apart and it just wasn't working any more.
The relationship wasn't right - we grew apart because we wanted different things.