Did you by any chance mean groups?
- n. Plural form of grownup.
“I won't vote since I haven't read Shadow Country but I like the way the debate bares the fundamental question about the difference between books for youth and books for grownups: is there a difference and what is its nature?”
“But the idea that our focus on them should be when we're basically grownups is a little silly, given that we learn languages best when we are much younger than that.”
“To me, it feels like it all comes down to control, a favored emotion found in grownups dealing with the young.”
“That's the word grownups use when they don't want to start babbling about 80's commercials.”
“As news of all this widespread Wall Street chicanery spread, investors eventually realized that the "grownups" -- rating companies, boards of directors, regulators, and politicians -- had been well-paid to look the other way.”
“While thinking about a well-known story found in many spiritual traditions, I had an insight about innocence and wisdom that very much pertains to the so-called grownups among us.”
“The grownups are the voters, who -- lamely, in the mind of the political class -- are troubled by the war, the economy and boring stuff like that.”
“And finally that brain cell fired and I realized this was my nephew Max and his nose had healed and the little girl was my niece Arrow and the grownups were my former brother-in-law and the Other Woman.”
“Ironranger #216 Kids are greatâ€¦accepting of people & practice true democracy until so-called grownups mess with their heads.”
“Kids are great…accepting of people & practice true democracy until so-called grownups mess with their heads.”
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