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outgrow

verb To change the relationship with a condition or structure by dint of ↑ age or size; while children outgrow clothing, and certain behaviors, they rarely outgrow diseases–eg, asthma
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The SPT to fresh raw egg was generally higher than that of the egg extract and in many cases remained positive (median 5 mm) even if the child had outgrown the egg allergy.
All my outgrown uniform went there, along with last winter's school coats and shoes that were purchased at Easter and no longer fit.
I have got a pile of outgrown T–shirts and last year's summers shorts, barely worn school trousers and sweatshirts, even a couple of party shirts that my youngest will never fit into again.
Jamie Redknapp revealed: "I speak to some of the Totenham players and they sense he has outgrown the club.
Protester Ross Saunders said: "More and more people are joining us each day we have outgrown the space available," he said.
In fact, 'I Hate Luv Storys' emphasises the fact that Karan has outgrown mush.
Alan, also from Dudley, brought in a teddy bear which his grandson has outgrown.
The 79-year-old company, which expanded into Rotherham three years ago, has outgrown its existing premises and the extended plant will enable the company to double its production capabilities.
A Black Country tool hire company which began trading just three years ago has already outgrown its premises.
Today, there are a number of clubs built specifically for juniors but, by the time the youngsters develop their game, they've outgrown the clubs.
As student enrolment and the number of undergraduates living on campus has increased, worship services and Campus Ministry programmes have outgrown the space afforded to them.