full-grown

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English *fulgrowen, fulgrowe, ful growe, equivalent to full +‎ grown. Compare Middle English fulwaxen, fullwaxen (full-grown), from Old English fullweaxen (full-grown).

Adjective[edit]

full-grown (not comparable)

  1. Fully developed; adult

Usage notes[edit]

  • Used especially of animals.

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