|(Botany) dependant on water for pollination; hydrophytic, growing in water or moist ground||hydrophilous|
|(new zealand) blown down, blown by the wind, growing in shape caused by wind, grown in a certain shape because of strong winds; blown by the wind||windblown|
|(Photography) a crystalline compound lacking color which is used as a developer, photographic developing fluid||amidol|
|abnormal condition, fusion of plant parts, growing together of bones or parts, growing together of bones or parts that were formerly separate (Anatomy, Zoology, Botany), joint with little movement||symphysis|
|abnormal tissue, development, process of growing; abnormal growth of a mass of tissue, tumor, expanding, growing process, increase, something that grows||growth|
|absolute, enforced rigorously, faithful, growing upright, precise, severe in maintaining discipline, demanding, harsh; literal, narrow, rigid; explicit, exact; absolute, complete||strict|
|abundant; rich; fertile, growing; magnificent; richly ornamented, elaborate, growing profusely, lush, luxurious, productive||luxuriant|
|accepted as true, based, founded, firmly settled; recognized, growing successfully, legally recognized||established|
|act lewd; behave wildly; waste irresponsibly, be wanton, desiring to do harm, excessive, lewd or lascivious person; pampered person; one who is flirtatious, lush, playful, random, sexually indiscriminate, somebody growing unruly, somebody playful, some...||wanton|
|act of ascending; process of increasing, growth; waking up, action of standing up, becoming powerful, getting higher, getting more important, getting up, ascending; increasing, growing; growing older, maturing, leavening process, revolt, something gett...||rising|
|act of committing violent and aggressive crimes against innocent bystanders (such as rape, physical assault, etc.), fruit, uncultivated, wild animal, wild apple tree; wild apple; wild plant; wild animal, wild plant or tree, growing wild, wildling||wilding|
|act of developing again||redevelopment|
|act of lifting weights in order to enlarge muscles, practice of muscle-developing||bodybuilding|
|act of making thick in consistency; process of becoming thick; process of growing more intricate, process of becoming increasingly complex||thickening|
|act of moving by turning over and over; act of curling up; act of winding up; perilous action of throwing heavy items from the rear of a moving car, extremely, gradually developing, reverberating, rich, rotating, turning over and over; curling, undulating||rolling|
|act of sticking or adhering to a surface; attachment, devotion; agreement; abnormal growing together of separate body tissues (Medicine), intermolecular attraction, joining of body parts, non-slippiness, sticking power, support||adhesion|
|act or process of incubating; hatching; growing, development; incubation period, time between the contraction of an infection and the appearance of symptoms, controlled growth of microorganisms, gradual development, growth of disease-causing microorgan...||incubation|
|act or process of merging, uniting; growing together||coalescence|
|added in speaking, growing excessively; redundant, superfluous, relating to an outgrowth||excrescent|
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