Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Mature state or condition; ripeness or perfection; maturity: as, such matureness of judgment is surprising in one so young.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The state or quality of being mature; maturity.

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  • noun The property of being mature.

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  • noun state of being mature; full development

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  • Hence it is most apt to occur precisely at, and immediately following, that period of life known as matureness, when the sanguineous system becomes fully developed and gains the mastery, so to speak, over the lymphatic and nervous systems.

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  • There are several other ways of categorizing theories, for instance Jodi suggested that they could be categorized based on their "matureness", and Tanykim suggested that theories can be categorized along a dimension of micro-macro, or objective-subjective.

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  • He was looking down at her with a kind of matureness in his expression.

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  • This will be decided by matureness in the ESA process, unless I'm mistaken.

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  • Her rolling eyes, the black hair plastered low upon her forehead, -- the colour high, but never changeable or delicate -- the amplitude and rustle of her skirts, the impressiveness of her manner, her very positive matureness, were just what the crude taste of childhood is apt to be fascinated by.

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  • When a bond, that's what they every are, matures or is titled (meaning the debtor wants to clear it soured kinda than the matureness date) it is paying soured by the debtor to the creditor, the digit who bought the stick originally.

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  • Most were bought whatever instance past and whatever are reaching to matureness or are existence called.

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