[ US /məˈtʃʊɹəti, mətˈjʊɹɪti/ ]
[ UK /mət‍ʃˈɔːɹɪti/ ]
  1. the date on which an obligation must be repaid
  2. the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed
  3. state of being mature; full development
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How To Use maturity In A Sentence

  • Not that he is preening: he is careless about his blond good looks, a scruffy hipster beard giving maturity to his rather angelic face. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any book that is written for the public, as this one is, needs to bring across that maturity and complexity of thinking in such a way that it is digestible by nonspecialists, without trivializing the subject.
  • The latest cut last month was an average 15 % reduction in maturity values.
  • In most other snail species, the apertural teeth and laminae, when they are present, begin to develop as a snail approaches maturity. Archive 2009-07-01
  • While the lenders reserved all other rights and remedies that might be available under the credit agreement, but "did not by its terms purport to accelerate the maturity of the obligations outstanding. SiliconBeat
  • The maturity of the voices among the principals was amazing for performers all under 18, over fifty in number.
  • She was exceedingly beautiful, fully grown yet young still, and in her eyes was a depth and maturity that never ceased to captivate the looker.
  • She took her mind's wisdom as a way of showing her growing maturity.
  • I was perturbed at his apparent immaturity.
  • Sometimes problems don't require a solution to solve them; instead they require maturity to outgrow them. Steve Maraboli 
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