- ripe ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of fruit or grain) ready for harvesting and eating. 2) (of a cheese or wine) fully matured. 3) (ripe for) having reached a fitting time for. 4) (of a person's age) advanced. 5) (ripe with) full of.DERIVATIVES ripely adverb ripeness noun.ORIGIN Old English.
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Ripely — Ripe ly, adv. Maturely; at the fit time. Shak. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
ripely — adverb see ripe … New Collegiate Dictionary
ripely — See ripe. * * * … Universalium
ripely — adverb In a ripe way … Wiktionary
ripely — adv. maturely … English contemporary dictionary
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ripely — ripe·ly … English syllables
ripely — adverb with mature or developed appearance • Derived from adjective: ↑ripe … Useful english dictionary
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ripe — ripely, adv. ripeness, n. /ruyp/, adj., riper, ripest. 1. having arrived at such a stage of growth or development as to be ready for reaping, gathering, eating, or use, as grain or fruit; completely matured. 2. resembling such fruit, as in… … Universalium