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Spell check of growth

Correct spelling: growth

produce, developing, spreading, extension, result, distension, crescendo, suppuration, engorgement, hike, fungus, boost, process, evolvement, appendage, expansion, raise, egress, yield, gain, elevation, change, cancer, ontogeny, proceeds, exploitation, ontogenesis, branch, button, neoplasm, fattening, broadening, development, upsurge, multiplication, enlargement, proliferation, bulge, widening, reaping, offshoot, growing, upturn, issue, aggrandizement, tumor, swell, elaboration, amplification, lump, upswing, lengthening, egression, emergence, excrescency, maturity, harvest, ripening, progress, mass, addition, festering, harvesting, product, unfolding, thickening, harvest-time, offset, rise, increment, completion, ingathering, progression, dilation, increase, burgeoning, fruit, jump, fullness, harvest-home, buildup, evolution, augment, parasite, maturement, crop, magnification, step-up, swelling, return, augmentation, inflation, majority, stretching, emersion, excrescence, maturation, escalation, outgrowth, mole, accrual, maturing.

withering, reversion, decease, decaying, exit, expiration, decline, death, degeneracy, devaluation, demise, downgrade, lapse, regression, downfall, dying, backslide, expiry, decadence, shriveling, falling, nondevelopment, relapse, end, ebbing, deterioration, degeneration, degradation, retrogression, decay, declining, declination, decrement, fading, weakening, perishing, waning, expiring, declension, wilting, regress, descent, decrease.

Examples of usage:

1) The growth of Ben's City, thirty miles down the river. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

2) The sunshine is absolutely necessary for the growth of the plant, but the real growth is done in the quiet darkness. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.