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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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There are more than 3,000 species of bromeliads that grow in many different climates.
It could take millennia to select out one tree that could grow there, and so Lysenko was safe in making such a ludicrous statement.
You can use full spectrum lights indoors to set up a soil container garden that adds a fresh touch to the delicacies of your desire or you can grow a hydroponic garden.
These cedars grow at one of the slowest rates yet recorded for a woody plant, says Larson.
2 -- 3 -- color) Wild rhubarb, at left, and dune primroses, above, are among many varieties that can be seen growing naturally in the Antelope Valley or purchased as seeds to grow in home gardens.
American hemp farmers are similarly not expecting to receive subsidies for a crop they've had to fight so hard to grow.
Mature trees will grow 20 to 25 feet in height, and occasionally develop the picturesque form of Bonsai miniatures.
There are three types of palms that grow well indoors with limited light.
When I told them that I was from the Southeast, they were pleased and thought it appropriate that I would bring the seeds back home and grow them in their native place.
One of my favorites grows on the campus of my aim a mater.
This plant grows from a corm, a bulblike structure more commonly associated with gladiolus.
Getting to know the person who grows your food is a powerful way to reconnect with food and community--when you support your local farm, you get the freshest food, keep money in the local economy, and make sure that we keep farms as part of our landscape, while making sure that you have a say in how the food is grown.
Kord, who grows pesticide-free roses beneath protective cheesecloth coverings, also suggests flowers such as jasmine and passionflower, which flourish without pesticide use.
Working with Langer and Vacanti, Mooney has developed a highly porous, spongy material that, when seeded with liver cells, grows into "liverlike tissue.