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The state or condition of being fully grown or mature.‘the crucial years between adolescence and adulthood’‘most of the larvae die, although some survive to adulthood’
- ‘Once adulthood is reached, everyone has a fairly steady rate of calorie burn-up, called the metabolic rate.’
- ‘These scenes showcase the array of playthings abandoned by today's children in their rush to adulthood.’
- ‘He is your typical kid on the verge of adulthood.’
- ‘Under such circumstances, his survival into adulthood was by no means unremarkable.’
- ‘Fewer than 10 percent of monarch caterpillars make it to adulthood each year.’
- ‘The shadow is the fear of moving from childhood to adulthood.’
- ‘Throughout adulthood, autonomy continues to develop whenever someone is challenged to act with a new level of self-reliance.’
- ‘His mother took care of her nine children, only six of whom survived into adulthood.’
- ‘In many cases, the symptoms reduce as the child develops into adulthood and may almost disappear.’
- ‘As you put on weight in adulthood, you gain mostly fatty tissue.’
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