Definition for advancement

noun as in promotion, progress

noun as in forward movement

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advance, progress

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gain, headway, march, progression

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Example Sentences

Astonishingly, few mass-market digital learning tools are built or adopted with these pedagogical advancements in mind.

Term positions further provide “limited career advancement possibilities, and no standing when an individual in one of these appointments applies for a full-time position,” it said.

Mobile gaming companies, for example, slice and dice the trillions of interactions by their users to learn when to offer advancements for free and when to ask for in-app payments.

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In November 2019, Milton claimed that Nikola would soon unveil “the biggest advancement we have seen in the battery world.”

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Women’s economic pain from the pandemic could last a lifetime through lost earnings and less potential for job advancement, Scarborough says.

With aristocracy at an end, the barriers to their swift advancement were gone.

He seeks redemption by facilitating the advancement of those tempted to resort to guns.

But together, they present a huge barrier to advancement for African American lawmakers who are looking to statewide office.

The Advancement Project says these laws could potentially disenfranchise tens of thousands of minority voters.

For Palestinian negotiators, a halt on settlement construction is necessary for the advancement of peace talks.

In this situation we waited the motion of the enemy, without perceiving any advancement they made towards us.

"There's one road to advancement, and you know where to find the trooper's duty laid down plain," he said, with a dry smile.

After 1816, Dutocq outwardly affected very pronounced religious tendencies because he believed them useful to his advancement.

The planetary and sidereal systems which constitute the universe are at different degrees of organization and advancement.

The next year—1883—showed a still further advancement in the club's popularity, for it was the chosen recipient of a Queen's Cup.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to advancement, such as: advance, growth, improvement, upgrading, amelioration, and betterment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.