Matured vs Older - What's the difference?
As a verb matured
As an adjective older is
), elder, senior.
Fully developed; grown up in terms of physical appearance, behaviour or thinking; ripe.
- She is quite mature for her age.
(obsolete) Come to, or in a state of, completed suppuration.
- The headmaster decided to expel the boy after a mature consideration.
* (grown up) childish, immature
* (profound) superficial
To become mature; to ripen.
To gain experience or wisdom with age.
(finance) To reach the date when payment is due
* mature up
(old), elder, senior
- My older' brother and I are Catholic twins. He’s '''older''' by eleven months, not quite a year ' older than me.
- The thoughtful lad helped an older lady across the street.