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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Resentment toward the news media and Obama growes daily.
Mebbee her kan staiy, iyf her duz nawt growes tuu huuuuge tuu staiy iynsiede…..
The tool has attracted many thousands of users without ever having spent a penny on marketing or advertising. the user base is growing exponentially and Udutu makes its living from the custom development work that growes out of the user community.
One prediction already on target Clive Shepherd 2008
Soe tehy sayled awai fur a weak adn a dai tu teh land wear teh palmm trea growes
For the wood wherein it growes conteineth in circuit 18 dayes iourney.
And being once amisse growes daily wourse and wourse
Dictionary of the History of Ideas HERBERT WEISINGER 1968
For a frame and building growes weake and vnseemely wherin cannot be found a sweete harmonie and commodulate order and concent.
Hypnerotomachia The Strife of Loue in a Dreame Francesco Colonna
As for Rye or Maslin, according to the goodnesse of the ground so you shall bestow your séede: for it is a generall rule, that wheresoeuer your Wheate growes, there will euer Rye grow, but Rye will many times grow where Wheate will not prosper; and therefore for the sowing of your Rye, it must be according to the temper of the earth, and the necessitie of your houshold: for
The English Husbandman The First Part: Contayning the Knowledge of the true Nature of euery Soyle within this Kingdome: how to Plow it; and the manner of the Plough, and other Instruments Gervase Markham
I never saw him handsomer, for although he growes much, yet he is very fatt and his cheeks are as red as vermilian.
English Travellers of the Renaissance Clare Howard
Thy generous wine with age growes strong, not sowre.
Answer for Hope Richard Crashaw 1921