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adjective as in embryonic

adjective as in maturing

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Foxx is hopeful that young people are evolving past the point of being preoccupied with race.

However, their presence shows that Mars could have a more complex and evolving chemical story.

The human attention span is evolving in such a way that they can skip around.

But she still wants to make the point that it is still a romantic comedy, in the way that the definition of that term is evolving.

It keeps evolving, and sometimes it's longer than I actually thought it was while I was playing.

It is an evolving conception in a constantly changing universe.

If this earth is evolving for the better, the past is still vivid in all its cruelty.

Remains one mightier problem, subtlest and most difficult of all, that of the life of the human spirit, of man evolving into God.

I shall not trouble you this morning at all with that threefold division of the evolving life with which we dealt yesterday.

Another great principle is the double and parallel action of shvara and of the evolving Self.


On this page you'll find 248 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to evolving, such as: immature, incipient, undeveloped, beginning, developing, and early.

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