Definition of Maturity:
Time to completion of a project or program, or the period for which a contractual agreement, financial instrument, guaranty, insurance policy, loan, or offer is issued or is in force.
The state, fact, or period of being mature.
Synonyms of Maturity
Ability, Accounts payable, Accounts receivable, Adulthood, Adultness, Age of consent, Amount due, Applicability, Bad debts, Bill, Bills, Borrowing, Capability, Charges, Chits, Close, Competence, Competency, Completing, Completion, Conclusion, Condition, Consummation, Culmination, Debt, Driving age, Due, Dues, End, Ending, Financial commitment, Finish, Finishing, Fitness, Fittedness, Floating debt, Flower of age, Full age, Full bloom, Full development, Full growth, Fullgrownness, Fullness, Funded debt, Grown-upness, Indebtedness, Indebtment, Legal age, Legalis homo, Liability, Majority, Manhood, Manlihood, Mastery, Maturation, Mature age, Mellowness, National debt, Obligation, Operability, Outstanding debt, Perfection, Pledge, Preparedness, Prime, Prime of life, Proficiency, Public debt, Qualification, Readiness, Ripe age, Ripeness, Riper years, Rounding off, Rounding out, Score, Seasoning, Suitability, Suitableness, Suitedness, Tempering, Termination, Terminus, Toga virilis, Topping off, Trim, Uncollectibles, Unfulfilled pledge, Virility, Windup, Womanhood, Womanlihood, Years of discretion, Adulthood, Full growth, Majority, Coming-of-age, Matureness, Manhood, Womanhood, Puberty, Pubescence
How to use Maturity in a sentence?
- When someone disagrees with something you feel strongly about, being able to respond respectfully and not get upset shows maturity.
- The man failed to get the final out of the inning, but he handled it with maturity , as he walked into the dugout and did not throw anything.
- Their experience, maturity, and strong work ethic.
- All my money is tied into bonds. By this time next year, the maturity rate will double. We can finally take that trip.
Meaning of Maturity & Maturity Definition