Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Somewhat overgrown; of rather more than the usual size.

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Examples

  • "As Chipotle is in line with other 'growthy' restaurants in terms of unit and earnings-per-share growth, Chipotle may maintain its valuation premium if the company can continue to post comps above the peer group's 5% trend."

    Chipotle May Sustain 'Rich' Valuation

  • Economic philosophy colonizes, "growthy," global warming-hastening

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  • Normally, at this point in the economic cycle, Algers funds would be underweight health care, and more exposed to "more cyclical, growthy areas," he said.

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  • Not only does that seriously delay the planting for most farmers, but sometimes it gets washed away, and it also delays the growthy due to lack of warm dry days.

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  • | Big litters of strong-boned, growthy pigs, and rapid growth of pigs from |

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  • Here's the problem - "old tech" is cheap, but nobody wants to see HP buy any more of that, while "new tech" is exciting and growthy, but very expensive.

  • "U.S. economy may not be as growthy, but our business grew," Tome told MarketWatch.

  • These rules make the S&P index a bit more "growthy" in terms of style, leaving the Dow Jones version with a value tint by comparison.

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  • Or it may simply be admitting that its growthy days are in the past.

  • As production rises the normal mode you want to see in your growthy E&P companies is rising absolute costs but flat or falling per unit costs with the passage of time.

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