developing

[ dih-vel-uh-ping ]SEE DEFINITION OF developing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVELOPING

They are not developing anything great of their own in their own country.

To any one who shares the faith I have been developing in this book, what I mean will be evident.

Decidedly, his misfortunes are developing a warlike spirit within him.

If they had anything to do with developing Wicklow they'd make it stink!

She sought that employment in developing the powers of her child.

Let us now see what was developing in the Ardennes away to the French right.

He is developing his idea gradually in a series of positions or situations.

"Suppose we go to the developing and finishing department," Baker suggested.

In the developing and drying departments were also signs of activity.

They have no idea of developing the resources which lie nearest to them.

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