Opposite of downward is
Downward: towards the ground or a lower level
Upward: moving or directed towards a higher place
Opposite of Slender is....
Slender: (used about a person or part of somebody’s body) thin in an attractive way
Fat: (used about people’s or animal’s bodies) weighing too much; covered with too much flesh
Opposite of Pride is
Pride: the feeling of pleasure that you have when you or people who are close to you do something good or own something good
Humble: not thinking that you are better or more important than other people; not proud
Past tense of grow is
The past tense of grow is grew.
The third-person singular simple present indicative form of grow is grows.
The present participle of grow is growing.
The past participle of grow is grown.
Examples: It grew as East Shamblord, and became a much more significant settlement than the Western Shamblord.
During the same period, Southsea grew as a leisure and bathing destination.
Past tense of "Do " is
The past tense of do is did.
The third-person singular simple present indicative form of do is does.
The present participle of do is doing.
The past participle of do is done.
Examples: Most importantly, Wesley appointed itinerant evangelists to travel and preach as he did and to care for these groups of people.
A further penalty of ten pounds a month was inflicted on anyone keeping a schoolmaster who did not attend the Protestant service.