How to use Grows-out-of in a sentence

grows-out-of
  • Personal religious conviction grows out of the tribal (corporate) religious bond.

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  • Language grows out of life, out of its needs and experiences.

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  • Apparently Sean Hughes once quipped that everyone grows out of their Morrissey phase except Morrissey.

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  • A small thorn bush grows out of the base of a wide crack.

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  • While there are many forms of debt solutions, it helps to have prior knowledge of the options available before your debt grows out of control.

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  • Most clothing items are durable and will look great until your child grows out of them.

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  • Your child's short-sleeved shirts can last through spring, summer, fall, and winter, and you'll finally see a piece of clothing that wears out before he grows out of it!

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  • Calculate how many times your child will wear the jacket before he grows out of it.

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  • When your child grows out of the clothing, be sure to pass items on to another child rather than tossing them out or putting them in permanent storage.

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  • Used football uniforms can be a lifesaver as your kids grow up -- paying for brand new equipment every time a young man grows out of his pads would break anyone's bank.

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