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ma·tu·ri·ty

(mă-chūr'i-tē),
A state of full development or completed growth.

maturity

(mə-tyo͝or′ĭ-tē, -to͝or′-, -cho͝or′-)
n. pl. maturi·ties
The state or quality of being mature.

maturity (mat)

[məcho̅o̅′ritē]
Etymology: L, maturus, ripe
1 a state of complete growth or development, usually designated as the period of life between adolescence and old age.
2 the stage at which an organism is capable of reproduction.

ma·tu·ri·ty

(mă-chūr'i-tē)
A state of full development or completed growth.

ma·tu·ri·ty

(mă-chūr'i-tē)
A state of full development or completed growth.
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