advancement

[ ad-vans-muh nt, -vahns- ]SEE DEFINITION OF advancement

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It is interesting to note the advancement that has been made with this food.

The advancement of Mordecai was the natural result of Haman's ruin.

He saw advancement in it—advancement in the right direction.

He refused the advance; he refused that and every other opening for advancement.

The man seemed to have a horror of advancement, or of coming in any way forward.

He was himself indifferent to advancement, and he did not seek it for his family.

He was the latest fancy of Madame Bonnehon, who did all she could to secure his advancement.

Just what sort of advancement seemed to make little difference.

She refused to mention Azuba's desire for advancement again.

You sighed for some advancement in rank, or perhaps it was great wealth?

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