Matureness vs. Maturity

Matureness vs. Maturity — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Matureness and Maturity

Maturenessadjective

Having reached full natural growth or development

a mature cell.

Maturitynoun

The state or quality of being mature.

Maturenessadjective

Having reached a desired or final condition; ripe

a mature cheese.

Maturitynoun

The time at which a note or bond is due.

Maturenessadjective

Having or showing characteristics, such as patience and prudence, considered typical of well-balanced adulthood

mature for her age.

Maturitynoun

The state of a note or bond being due.

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Maturenessadjective

Suitable or intended for adults

mature subject matter.

Maturitynoun

(Geology) A stage in the development of streams or landscapes at which maximum development has been reached or at which the process of erosion is going on with maximum vigor. Maturity of a landscape continues throughout the period of maximum topographic differentiation or until about three fourths of the original mass is carried away by erosion.

Maturenessadjective

Composed of adults

a mature audience.

Maturitynoun

The state of being mature, ready or ripe.

Some foods and drinks, like wine, only reach their full taste at maturity, which literally comes at a price

Maturenessadjective

Worked out fully by the mind; considered

a mature plan of action.

Maturitynoun

When bodily growth has completed and/or reproduction can begin.

The entire tank of guppies was in their maturity and ready to mate.''Some insect species reach sexual maturity well before their own bodily maturity
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Maturenessadjective

Having reached the limit of its time; due

a mature bond.

Maturitynoun

Date when payment is due.

The note was cashed at maturity.

Maturenessadjective

No longer subject to great expansion or development. Used of an industry, market, or product.

Maturitynoun

the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed

Maturenessadjective

(Geology) Having reached maximum development of form. Used of streams and landforms.

Maturitynoun

state of being mature; full development

Maturenessverb

To bring to full development; ripen.

Maturitynoun

the date on which a financial obligation must be repaid

Maturenessverb

To work out fully in the mind

"able to digest and mature my thoughts for my own mind only" (John Stuart Mill).

Maturenessverb

To evolve toward or reach full development

The child's judgment matures as she grows older.

Maturenessverb

To become due. Used of notes and bonds.

Maturenessnoun

The property of being mature.

Maturenessnoun

state of being mature; full development