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Things growing often describes (“growing ________”)
collection, areas, area, species, regions, plants, region, trees, countries, districts, states, number, industry, plant, tree, country, population, district, segment, tumors, group, shrub, shrubs, market, cities, season, economy, city, industries, varieties, economies, tumor, numbers, companies, sector, demand, cells, land, crops, sections, variety, list, business, community, body, company, markets, counties, sectors, populations, mass, vegetation, grass, lands, kinds, section, field, organisms, grasses, communities, town, provinces, segments, crop, vine, firms, need, demands, needs, bacteria, branches, center, strains, colonies, bushes, cancer, lesions, county, towns, annuals, tumours, herbs, ants

Descriptive words:
fastest, slow, wheat, fast, corn, own, wool, commercial, rice, successful, cotton, vine, grain, continuous, grape, vegetable, ever, tobacco, slowest, low, crop, free, flax, hop, olive, immature, rapid, flower, largest, quick, orange, profitable, scale, coffee, extensive, crystal, tree, actual, intensive, plant, fruit, strawberry, maize, outdoor, peach, beet, constant, apple, gradual, poppy, orchid, cocoa, quickest, root, organic, tall, experimental, hydroponic, compulsory, non, mushroom, date, stock, sheep, continual, hemp, sugar, region, banana, lowest, slower, strongest, protracted, paddy, tulip, vigorous, steady, rubber

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See growing used in context: 100+ rhymes, 31 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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