from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of grow.
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- v. Simple past of grow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of grow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit of grow.
- Another spelling of grue.
- n. A Greek.
- n. The Greek language.
- n. Same as greyhound.
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( "Mother of Waters"), the air grew brighter, and the picture lived and moved; trees _grew_ on the banks, more and more verdure, monkeys swung from bough to bough, birds flashed and piped among the thickets.
The label grew throughout the big band era, then signed the pop singers who succeeded those bands in the late forties.
She listened some more and her expression grew serious.
His expression grew even more haunted, his eyes now fully black, as if he were reliving that misery.
His expression grew sad, then he sighed and shook it off.
His expression grew stony as he crossed his arms over his chest.
Or the way her expression grew distant, her wide shoulders drawn back when she sensed an affront?
He looked her up and down, appraising her, and then his eyes narrowed and his expression grew dark.
Katie set her jaw, and her expression grew steely.
Her expression grew soft when he grazed the backs of his fingers along her silky cheek.