Examples of maturation in a Sentence
the early stages of maturation
the maturation of his skills
Recent Examples of maturation from the Web
At the time, Erdogan’s rise was praised by the West as the political maturation of the country (the booming Turkish economy helped too).
So a vaccine would require multiple immunizations, each step nudging these B cells toward final maturation into those that make the broadly neutralizing antibodies.
Axolotls evolutionarily shed the thyroid hormone that triggers metamorphosis to adapt to habitats with low levels of iodine and other resources necessary for maturation.
Interesting to watch the maturation process of Bliss from her days as a cutie pie, newcomer on the NXT roster, skipping to the ring with soft, baby blue coloring, a tutu and plenty of glitter.
Rey's training by Luke Skywalker and maturation as a Jedi appear to be major themes.
Plenty of valuable maturation occurs when kids get thrown into their first real professional environment, too.
Besides gaining a quality road win against the Bears (8-5), Grayslake Central coach Steve Ikenn said the game might help speed up Bullman's maturation process, especially with four-year varsity player Ania Barnes sidelined with an injury.
Quarterback Jared Goff’s rapid maturation and a great season by running back Todd Gurley have made their offense something to fear.
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First Known Use of maturation
Synonymsdevelopment, growth, maturing, ripening
Related Wordsblossoming, flourishing, flowering; mellowing, softening; evolution, evolvement, expansion, progression; coming-of-age, maturity
Near Antonymsdecadence, decay, decaying, declension, decline, declining, degeneration, descent, deterioration; ebbing, fading, shriveling (or shrivelling), waning, wilting, withering; death, decease, demise, dying, end, exit, expiration, expiring, expiry, perishing; regression, retrogression, reversion
MATURATION Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of maturation
maturativeplay \mə-ˈt(y)u̇r-ət-iv\ adjective
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