While reading some books, I came across this phrase.
before Nate grows tired of walking in circles with me
And here's the whole paragraph.
I break for the oak tree, dragging Nate behind me. I find an acorn, scoop it into my mouth, and run to the stash next to the garage. I place the acorn in the pile and run back to the tree. I grab another acorn; I bring it back to the stash. I place my third acorn in the pile before Nate grows tired of walking in circles with me. He leads me inside.
I realized that this means getting tired. But why is grow used to mean get here?
I heard get + adjective and be or become + adjective are only possible forms like this. Can any other such word have this form?