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  • Now that we have outgrown them why should we go back to them? Cited from Reincarnation, by Swami Abhedananda
  • Always remember what a child she is, though she has outgrown her years. Cited from The Way of an Eagle, by Ethel M. Dell
  • But they quickly outgrew this new home and soon needed to move again.
  • But she must not spread her system over a world that has outgrown it. Cited from Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights, Kelly Miller
  • Write it on your heart that your child will not outgrow his trouble. Cited from Stammering, Its Cause and Cure, Benjamin N. Bogue
  • Over time the number of members outgrew the home and they needed a larger meeting place.
  • He had outgrown it before he died, so he had to get a new one. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Salem, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • Humanity has outgrown its social stage and has entered upon a new period. Cited from Kingdom of God is within you, by Leo Tolstoy
  • And I think never did boys outgrow their things like our boys. Cited from John Halifax, Gentleman, by Mrs. Craik:Dinah Maria
  • Soon they had outgrown both the chapel and the house where they all lived.
  • Within a few years, the business outgrew the small machine shop they started.
  • When outgrowing the old, you should not fear to put on the new. Cited from Science and Health/Key to The Scriptures, by Eddy
  • This country style of love-making was a thing which she had outgrown many years ago. Cited from Jeanne Of The Marshes, E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Several years later, the student body again outgrew the capacity of the school.
  • Over the next twenty years, the school outgrew its facilities several times.
  • Soon, the school became too large and outgrew its location and had to move next door.
  • If they had been so once they had outgrown them all. Cited from Mr. Hogarth's Will, by Catherine Helen Spence
  • She has outgrown it now, and will have to have a new one next year. Cited from Gerda in Sweden, by Etta Blaisdell McDonald
  • However, a small but significant number of them will not outgrow the condition.
  • As the church outgrew its location, it sought out another place for a church building.
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Meaning of outgrow

  • verb Grow too large or too mature for
    I have outgrown these clothes, She outgrew her childish habits
  • verb Grow faster than