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Grow Adjective Synonyms
develop, evolve, arise, issue, stem, spring (up), originate
A great friendship grew out of their association.
Grow Verb Synonyms
plant, cultivate, breed, nurture, raise, propagate, produce, sow
Cathcart grows sorghum where he used to grow alfalfa.
I am growing fonder of you every day, Abbie.
flourish, develop, increase, become larger or greater, enlarge, wax, swell, expand, broaden, thicken, spread, lengthen, multiply, burgeon or bourgeon, thrive, luxuriate, prosper, mature, ripen, bloom, flower, blossom, fructify, bear or yield fruit
The seeds he had planted grew abundantly. The population continues to grow.
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Business / Taxes / Growth: Growth is an increase in the value of an investment over time. Unlike investments that produce income, those that are designed for growth don't necessarily provide you with a regular source of cash. A MORE
Business / Finance / Prospective Earnings Growth (PEG Ratio): Based on forecasts from proprietary sources such as Institutional Brokers' Estimate System (IBES), First Call, or Zach's. Growth is forecast of earnings minus current earnings divided by current earni MORE
Business / Accounting / Growth And Acquisition (G and A): Describes a way a company can grow. Growth means expanding through its normal operations, Acquisition means growth through buying up other companies. MORE
Business / Finance / Growth And Income Fund: A constant stream of cash flows without end that is expected to rise indefinitely. MORE
Business / Finance / Internal Growth Rate: Maximum rate a firm can expand without outside sources of funding. Growth generated by cash flows retained by company. MORE