|adult willing to do something permitted||consenting adult|
|(British slang) rugby, type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugger|
|(Sports) type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugby|
|a movie rating indicating that a movie can be seen by children under the age of 17 only if accompanied by an adult, gas constant||R|
|ability to reach sexual maturity during the larval stage (Zoology), juvenile features in adult animal, pedomorphosis||neoteny|
|act of emerging, appearance in adult form, coming out, revelation, outgrowth from plant||emergence|
|acting or seeming like an adult, cause to ripen; cause to develop fully; ripen, age, grow up; reach full maturity; develop; due for payment; work out (a plan) completely, perfect, develop into something finished, experienced, fall due for payment, full...||mature|
|adult comic books, comics, series of drawings that tell an amusing story (often serialized and printed in newspaper, magazines, etc.)||comix|
|adult education program||Elderhostel|
|adult female animal, adult female hog, mature female pig, channel for molten iron, hardened iron, introduce an idea, plant seed, plant seeds; scatter, disperse, spread thickly||sow|
|adult female bovine (especially one which is raised to supply milk or meat); adult female of various large mammals (i.e. elephant, whale, etc.), frighten, intimidate, large female mammal, large female mammal kept for milk, make submissive, male or fema...||cow|
|adult female deer or antelope; female rabbit||doe|
|adult female horse, dark plain on Moon or Mars, large dark plain surfaces as on the moon and Mars, mature female horse or other equine animal (Zoology), sea||mare|
|adult female; female spouse; collective womankind; girlfriend, female lover (Informal); female housekeeper, domestic employee, female adult, femininity, wife or girlfriend, women as group||woman|
|adult male deer; male who attends a social function unaccompanied by a female, attend an event without a woman date, castrated adult animal, intended for men only, mature male deer, restricted to men, unaccompanied man at a social event||stag|
|adult male human, adult male human; human being, person; human race, mankind; husband, boyfriend (Informal); game piece used in board games like checkers or chess, authority figure, be ready for action, employee or worker, husband or man companion, int...||man|
|adult male singing voice between alto and bass; purport, meaning; character; course, exact copy, exact words of deed, high male voice, high or fairly high instrument, way something is progressing, what something is mainly about||tenor|
|adult screwworm||screwworm fly|
|adult specimen, something alive||life form|
|adult tomato hornworm||tomato sphinx|
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