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adherent in botany, growing or having grown together. [1/3 definitions]
adult having grown to maturity. [2/6 definitions]
alfalfa a legume with purple flowers that is grown widely as forage for cattle and horses.
Arab League a confederation of nations sharing a common Arabic language and culture, formed in 1945 to promote economic, military, and political cooperation among its members, and now grown to a total of twenty-one.
araucaria a cone-bearing evergreen native to the Southern Hemisphere and grown as an ornamental elsewhere.
arboretum a place where trees are grown for scientific study and display.
arborvitae any of various evergreens having small cones and leaves of closely overlapping scales, often grown as an ornamental shrub or tree.
Baldwin a moderately tangy winter apple grown in the northeastern United States.
bass3 a deciduous tree of softwood, which is grown for ornamental purposes or as a shade tree; basswood; linden.
Bermuda grass a perennial creeping grass widely grown for lawns and pastures in Bermuda, the southern United States, and other warm regions.
Bermuda onion any of several large mild-flavored onions with a white or yellow flesh, grown in Bermuda and the southern United States.
big older; grown-up. [1/7 definitions]
Boston ivy a woody climbing vine of Asian origin, commonly grown in the United States as an exterior wall cover, that has three-lobed leaves and bears purple berries.
buck1 a fully grown male of certain animal species such as the deer, goat, rabbit, and sheep. [1/3 definitions]
bullock a bull that is not yet fully grown. [1/2 definitions]
burley (often cap.) a low-nicotine, light-colored tobacco grown chiefly in Kentucky.
caladium any of various American tropical plants of the arum family that are grown for their colorful variegated leaves.
canebrake an area thickly grown with sugar cane, bamboo, or the like.
cash crop a crop grown for sale to others rather than for personal use.
cherry any of various trees and shrubs of the rose family grown for their ornamental flowers, their sweet or sour fruit, and for lumber. [1/5 definitions]
cherrystone the edible quahog clam when it is partly grown and still fairly small.