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groan (GROHN) (noun)
A sound expressing pain, distress, or disapproval: There was a loud groan among the workers when assignments were handed out.
grown (GROHN) (verb)
To have increased in size as a result of age: Lenora's aunt exclaimed, "My, how you have grown!" when she saw her niece after several years.
Carl's son uttered a loud groan, "Oh, no, I've grown another inch; now, none of my clothes fit anymore."
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