Sentences with Grown, Grown in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Grown

Sentences with Grown, Grown in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Grown

1. Alex is grown up now.

2. I have three grown sons.

3. Apples are grown in summer.

4. Tea is widely grown in India.

5. Cotton is grown in this region.

6. Steve has grown wheat for many years.

7. You have grown since the last time I saw you.

8. Have you grown since the last time I met with you?

9. Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk.

10. I am a grown woman– mostly– and I can guzzle champagne with whomever I choose.

11. Some varieties are grown for their leaves and some for their large nutritious root.

12. What matters is the value we’ve created in our lives, the people we’ve made happy and how much we’ve grown as people.

13. You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.

14. It’s amazing. My kids have grown me in ways I never knew possible. The patience I’ve received and the love I get from them is just amazing.

15. Rice, a monocot, is normally grown as an annual plant, although in tropical areas it can survive as a perennial and can produce a ratoon crop for up to 30 years.

16. I think that if I had grown up and had been in show business and the movies twenty five, thirty years earlier, I think I would have made a lot more musical movies.

17. I didn’t wake up one morning and not be in the Replacements. We’re all that forever, and I’ve just grown older. I mean, I haven’t lost anything. I’ve gained a few things.

18. Grown men can learn from very little children for the hearts of little children are pure. Therefore, the Great Spirit may show to them many things which older people miss.

19. Treat your kid like a darling for the first five years. For the next five years, scold them. By the time they turn sixteen, treat them like a friend. Your grown up children are your best friends.

20. Sometimes I think I might not have written ‘The Age of Miracles’ if I hadn’t grown up in California, if I hadn’t been exposed to its very particular blend of beauty and disaster, of danger and denial.