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  • adj. superlative form of mature: most mature.


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  • So in my case I like feeding, it helps us take the maturest bucks and it helps us take the deer that shouldnt breed ... which in turn helps our deer popualtion and health.

    Seven Reasons to Stop Baiting Whitetails Now

  • "Like [Shane] Meadows's earlier pictures, Dead Man's Shoes and A Room for Romeo Brass, This Is England is about younger, vulnerable figures being taken under the wing of older, flawed men, and this personal theme here finds its richest and maturest expression yet," writes Peter Bradshaw in the Guardian.

    GreenCine Daily: This Is England. In England.

  • THE CLIFF NOTES FOR THE ABOVE: Anger/anxiety will ruin your relationship if you and/or your partner do not learn how to best process them with your highest level of brain activity - your maturest level of brainwaves.

    Karen Salmansohn: What Woody Allen Can Teach Us About Love

  • She told me, that she had formed her scheme for her future life: that, vile as the treatment was which she had received from me, that was not all the reason she had for rejecting my suit: but that, on the maturest deliberation, she was convinced that she could neither be happy with me, nor make me happy; and she injoined me, for both our sakes, to think no more of her.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • These were some of my reflections at the time: and I have no doubt, but that in the same situation I should do the very same thing; and that upon the maturest deliberation.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Is there a man living who ought to be angry that a woman whom he hopes one day to call his, shall refuse to keep a rash promise, when, on the maturest deliberation, she is convinced that it was a rash one?

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • He must be a sociologist; he must study the whole science of aggregations in relation to that World State to which his reason and his maturest thought direct him.

    A Modern Utopia

  • But my great consolation in the whole transaction is, that my own heart, on the maturest deliberation, acquits me: and the rather, as it is impossible for me to practise a greater piece of self-denial: for can there be on earth a nobler woman than

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • “Life is Finished!” was the secret misgiving of my heart; for the heart of infancy is as apprehensive as that of maturest wisdom in relation to any capital wound inflicted on the happiness.

    The Common Reader, Second Series

  • The plan, I doubt not, has been adopted with the best intentions, after the maturest deliberation, and perhaps with consummate wisdom.

    Narrative of the Voyages Round The World, Performed by Captain James Cook


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