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full-grown

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull-grownˌfull-ˈgrown American English, fully-grown British English adjective 🔊 🔊 ADULTa full-grown animal, plant, or person has developed to their full size and will not grow any bigger 🔊 A full-grown elephant may weigh 2,000 pounds.
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full-grownWe could see them clearly then, a male and a female, full-grown adults.A full-grown antelope was lying by the trail.Full-grown female whales are about one-third the size of an average male.And the name is quite accurate -- these cars are actually one-fourth the size of their full-grown kin.One was a tall, handsome, oversized athletic fellow, who at thirteen already looked like a full-grown man.
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