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(quote-book), Edward Blyth, Robert Mudie, George Johnston, and J.O. Westwood|Cuvier's Animal Kingdom||286|The young not only differs from the adult by the presence of its gills, but its feet are only developed by degrees, and in several genera there are also a deciduous beak and tail, and intestines of a different form|chapter=The fourth order of reptiles—The batrachians|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=NgVbAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA286
A person who has reached the legal of majority.
''an adult human, animal, or plant''
Intended for or restricted to adults rather than children.
1973, Marshall Kaplan, Gans, and Kahn, ''Children and the urban environment'' (page 21)
- In May 1967 the WGBH Education Division submitted an initial proposal to HUD for a series of four adult television documentaries on conservation in an urban environment.
''an adult movie''
''This program contains adult content. Parental discretion is advised.''
To behave like an adult.
(senseid) To (cause to) be or become an adult.
1974, ''Occasional Papers'' (Syracuse University), issues 42-46, page 5:
- Womanhood was achieved at twenty-one, when the female was "adulted"; manhood was fully achieved at twenty-five, (..)
(quote-book) overlaps with the process of the uncontrolled infiltration of the media(..) into children’s imagination.