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verb as in cultivate, prosper

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People learn to play, the game attracts new talent, and people start developing strategies.

The Democratic presidential nominee said he is “more hopeful than ever in the power of science” to develop a vaccine.

It’s going to be — it’s going to be herd-developed, and that’s going to happen.

Paulson also worked closely with the costume team to develop a signature look for Mildred Ratched.

All of the world’s major developed currencies have gained against the dollar as have precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum.

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Though conversational and often witty, his meandering phrases become increasingly unpredictable as they develop.

Therefore, we should—you guessed it—develop the Canadian tar sands and build the Keystone pipeline.

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I'm not sure whether we'd ever develop two different versions simultaneously.

There are some potential solutions, but all of them mean spending more money to develop new missiles.

We must have motif first, then technique to adapt and adjust expression and to develop facility in the active agents.

A culture which was complete one thousand years before Adam must have needed many thousands of years to develop.

In one case, however, I have succeeded in getting drawings of a little girl who was carefully left to develop her own ideas.

It is much easier to strike quickly than slowly, but practice in the slow movement will develop both muscular and nervous power.

Outside the body the rhabditiform embryos develop into a free-living, sexually differentiated generation.


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On this page you'll find 382 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to develop, such as: advance, establish, evolve, expand, flourish, and grow.

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