progress

[ noun prog-res, -ruhs or, esp. British, proh-gres; verb pruh-gres ]SEE DEFINITION OF progress

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROGRESS

If one were not a scientist one might be tempted to say there is no progress.

Prehistoric man, as I just told you, was on a fair way to progress.

From this point the progress will be best narrated by extracts from my Diary.

We talked of progress; but progress, like the philosopher's stone, could not be easily attained.

From this strength we have contributed to the recovery and progress of the world.

Progress may be slow—measured in inches and feet, not miles—but we will progress.

In no nation are the institutions of progress more advanced.

We do not dread, rather do we welcome, their progress in education and industry.

Start on this journey of progress and justice, and America will walk at your side.

It was characterized as "a policy of which peace, progress and retrenchment were the watchwords."

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