- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of grow.
“You play with the tiger's whelp of some pleasant, questionable enjoyment, and you think that it will always keep so innocent, with its budding claws not able to draw blood, but it grows -- _it grows_.”
“Then his expression grows serious again and he concludes: You don't get that from Obama.”
“You want to make sure your name grows with it, too.”
“It was a split second decision that seems to have stuck with us, but I do feel as though the name grows truer with age.”
““Please,” she mimics, then something at the back of the yard catches her eye, and her expression grows stormy.”
“A monster movie of sorts, the Woman in the title grows increasingly larger and seeks vengeance on her philandering husband and his girlfriend.”
“She glances over at young Clarence and nods, conceding my point, and her expression grows more somber.”
“While the near-autistic reserve of Wilson's intent powers of observation may put off some viewers - Damon, often shielded behind large horn-rims, is playing the most passive of characters - yet the power of the central dilemma grows from the analysis of how power can emanate more from concealment than display ....”
“Hateship, etc. "-- the title grows on you, but only a little -- is a moving, if uneven, collection about the pain people carry around.”
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