Definition of GROW

to look after or assist the growth of by labor and care <a dedicated home gardener who grows tomatoes in her small garden every summer>
Near Antonyms kill; dig, extirpate, pick, pluck, pull (up), uproot; cut, hay, mow
to become mature <you've grown so much since we last saw each other>
Related Words mellow, soften; bloom, blossom, burgeon (also bourgeon), flourish, flower; open, unfold; advance, evolve; get along, get on, gray (also grey)
to eventually have as a state or quality <he will grow angry if we don't answer his question>
Synonyms come, get, go, grow, run, turn, wax
Near Antonyms abide, be, continue, linger, remain, stay

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