ungrown

ungrown

(ʌnˈɡrəʊn)
adj
not fully developed
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One cannot say that it is all anxiety or all weariness; yet it is both, and like ungrown despair."
"A vast similitude interlocks all, All spheres, grown, ungrown, small, large, suns, moons, planets ..."
11), Camille Carlisle cites a study of the galaxy NGC 1277, which is "largely ungrown since the universe's early years." The study's assumption is that "if NGC 1277 were really a relic, all its globular clusters would be rich in heavy elements."
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No considerations of morbid modesty should be allowed to stand in the way; and, indeed, are not those the immodest ones who would prohibit the enlightenment of the world, both men and women, grown and ungrown, upon what is so vital to them, and to all who come after them--prohibit it from prurient suspicions that it cannot be examined and investigated (as it certainly can be) with the noblest intentions, and in the most manly and even religious spirit?
It is "the dark cubbyhole / that might be endless, or just a hair / larger than his ungrown body." The resigned, understated tone with which Nurkse treats the lonely tragedies of life is on full display when the boy/father "takes his pulse, then having / no more real things, he counts / the members of his family."
Now that people are finding they need to make room for grown children and their ungrown children as well as aging parents, memories are turning to that basement that they decided to leave unfinished when they bought the house in order to save money.
Upon this discovery Tidwald says "It's a wicked business / to gather them ungrown" and laments the death of this "gallant boy [who had] / the makings of a man" (7), which leads Torhthelm to compare Wulfmaer's age to his own.
Though joy be done with and grief be vain, Time shall not sever us wholly in twain; Earth is not spoilt for a single shower; But the rain has ruined the ungrown corn.
School children are in situations where, as the ungrown, they are being educated to exercise their rights to have a say - they are not seen as deserving that say already.
My head was a hive of half-remembered words, tatters of statement, halves of stories the litter of alibis, confessions, supplications and demands, the aftereffects, perhaps, of the time I spent standing beside my grown, or half-grown, ungrown, ingrown child in a courtroom.
NGC 1277 is a stunted galaxy, largely ungrown since the universe's early years, observations by Michael Beasley (Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics, Spain) and colleagues confirm in the March 12th Nature.