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VerbEdit

growed

  1. (US, dialect, Scotland, literary, children's talk) simple past tense and past participle of grow
    • 1816, Richard Polwhele, The History of Cornwall
      As he growed in might and strength.
    • 1850, Charles Dickens, David Copperfield
      Growed, Mas'r Davy bor'? Ain't he growedǃ said Ham.
    • 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom's Cabin
      I s'pect I growed. Don't think nobody never made me.
    • 1895, Francis Hopkinson Smith, A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others
      See how praoud an' tall he's growed, with them arms of his'n straight aout an' them leetle chillen of his'n spraouting up raound him.
    • 1976, Preston Jones, The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia
      Well, sir, the idea growed and growed and by the late 1920's there was Knights of the White Magnolia lodges all over Texas and parts of Oklahoma.
    • November 27, 2007, House M.D. Season 4 Episode 9, Games, 36 minutes and 39 seconds in on a Blu-Ray disk.
      He thinks he's gonna be great once he's all growed up.
    • The Rugrats: All Growed Up (the name of a children's movie)
    • 2015?, Gucci Mane (Radric Delantic Davis), Hot Stuff (song)
      Baby come and get it, cos you know I've got that hot stuff / baby come and get it cause you know that I growed up.

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