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adjective as in broadening

adjective as in formative

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This week, I want to talk about an example of what those developments make possible.

From Fortune

The money is meant to speed production and cut financial risk for the most promising of the dozens of inoculations in development.

From Fortune

We need as many vaccine candidates in development as we can muster.

Though a Covid-19 vaccine trial is going on in South Africa there is no primary vaccine development currently in Africa.

From Quartz

In addition to Kotch, Knewz currently has two full-time editors, one full-time staffer working on marketing and audience development and another dedicated project manager.

From Digiday

But by and large I go over the same things for every developmental stage.

Jean Piaget, the most famous developmental psychologist of the 20th Century, highlights this in a classic study.

What kind of employers hire people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)?

Essentially he is arguing that there are functional trade-offs in developmental biology.

By the standards of Syndrome Z, her developmental progress is remarkable.

Common illustrations of such deforming developmental accidents are harelip, cleft palate, and club foot.

Ever must we keep in mind that these little ones are just children—children that are still in the developmental stage.

Now, the forms of totemic exogamy unmistakably constitute a developmental series.

In so far, the hypothesis represents a transition to developmental theories proper.

During the time the muscle-plates have been undergoing these changes the nerve masses have also undergone developmental changes.


On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to developmental, such as: advancing, enlightening, enriching, expanding, improving, and refining.

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