- David is a matured man of forty.
- David is a mature man of forty.
- He is regarded as mature enough to shoulder responsibility.
- He is regarded as matured enough to shoulder responsibility.
Are these sentences correct?
Can we use ‘mature’ and ‘matured’ interchangeably ?
In these sentences “mature” is correct. “matured” sounds odd.
When you want an adjectival (rather than verbal) meaning, “mature” is usually the correct choice.