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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "ripe" in a sentence

    ripe example sentences

    ripe


    1. It was perfectly ripe, though she had to peel back the outside to suck out the juices within


    2. Medically, Yoga maintains the body parameters to a ripe old age (as the nature of yogic exercise is unlike other systems), which is anti-aging


    3. He felt strangely at home, like a ripe and powerful


    4. She had what he liked to call ‘a ripe figure’


    5. The tarrids were now almost ripe and there were so many that they ate some of those


    6. For a moment I can’t see what he means at all, then I realise that what I had taken for crops of ripe grain are in fact wilting plants, their leaves yellowed


    7. In spite of being so flat, it was pretty country, lush with the fronds of houses, the ripe smells of rich cropland in the mid summer heat and the sounds of a hundred different kinds of lumins and charrasspas


    8. These conversations, these descriptions of wonderful blooms and ripe fruits, distressed old Ted, because he wanted to do the best job that he could for his employer


    9. “Why, they’re from your own garden, Ted”, said the fruit dealer in surprise, and he showed him the very same tresses full of beautiful ripe, red tomatoes that old Ted had sent up to town just a few days previously


    10. By this time she was certainly drunk enough to go without a fight, but four days at sea in the hot Aegean sun had left him ripe as a mackerel
















































































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    Synonyms for "ripe"

    advanced ripe mature good right mellow aged seasoned matured grown ready complete finished prepared set developed consummate perfect

    "ripe" definitions

    fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used


    fully prepared or eager


    most suitable or right for a particular purpose


    at the highest point of development especially in judgment or knowledge


    far along in time