stages[ steyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF stages
Synonyms for stages
- point in time
- system date
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STAGES
Her yard is a varying pageant of plants in all stages of misfortune.
Anton, you may describe the stages in the evolution of the super-man.
Many Germans were made prisoners at all stages of the fighting.
Of these three stages in the progress of mankind, the fourth still remains to be attained.
These three stages are the Theological, the Metaphysical, and the Positive.
Plato arranges in order the stages of knowledge and of existence.
But they are not to be regarded as the stages of an idea, rising above one another to a climax.
From this place he marched two stages—ten parasangs—to Thymbrium, a populous city.
From this place he marched two stages—ten parasangs—to Tyriaeum, a populous city.
Thence he marched through Lycaonia five stages—thirty parasangs.