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I do not see that they are more advanced than they were before.

But he entangles him in the meshes of a more advanced logic.

The animal is the novice and probationer of a more advanced order.

In this respect, France has taken a more advanced step than any other nation.

Their views may be right, may be more civilized, more advanced, than mine.

“Contrition” denotes the grace in a more advanced stage of development.

On the 13th the naval guns were placed in a more advanced battery.

Nor was this village life confined to the more advanced tribes.

They are not more advanced in some countries, than in others; or in some individuals, than in others.

It is then handed to the second gentlemen, who are more advanced in the art.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, "far ahead in the course of actions or ideas," past participle adjective from advance (v.). Of studies, from 1790. Military use is from 1795. In late 19c. used especially in reference to views on women's equality.

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