[ UK /mət‍ʃˈɔːli/ ]
  1. in a mature manner
    she acts very maturely for her age
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How To Use maturely In A Sentence

  • At worst the disinfectant is prematurely exhausted, an effect known as organic overload, allowing large numbers of micro-organisms to survive.
  • It is early evening, but the sky is prematurely dark; thunderheads have blocked the last rays of the sun.
  • One rubber-tyred option was prematurely discarded by a now-disgraced former mayor as not developed enough, even though the cost would have been half that of lrt. Canada Line delivers a smooth ride « Stephen Rees's blog
  • Their baby was born prematurely and weighed only 1 kilogram.
  • In his early 40s, he was prematurely crotchety.
  • It is unstable, it’s even harder to separate physically than the two isotopes of uranium, and if you try to build a bomb using the easy, “gun” design of the uranium bomb, it will begin to fissle prematurely and thus the bomb will fizzle instead of going boom. Firedoglake » Of Last Throes, Enrichment and Mickey Mouse Watches
  • I gave up smoking because I didn't want to die prematurely of cancer or heart disease.
  • If your hair is greasy, shake on some talcum powder at the roots and brush through (but use it sparingly, or you'll look prematurely grey).
  • His career was prematurely ended by his tragic death in a plane crash in 1939 at the age of 55.
  • He was still priming the timing device and the slightest error could detonate the mine prematurely. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
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