develop

[ dih-vel-uh p ]SEE DEFINITION OF develop

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVELOP

You shall now, if I have misapprehended you not, develop a new strongness of the character.

A few may be allowed to remain and develop for use as beets.

It is to develop that position, and be—hum—worthy of that position.

And really they have taken me so long to develop, that here we are at home.

Without her influence no process of recording events can develop into a history.

But what are your labour gymnasiums for, if not to develop all muscles?

But all these primordial forms grow--develop into vital activity.

It seems doubtful if you are the person to develop his higher nature.

Will women learn to develop their own nature and to express their own genius?

It at once commenced to develop a system of organized plunder.

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