evolve

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  • It is also where the language has evolved the most in recent years.
  • All three methods above are found to be much less likely to evolve.
  • Over the course of his career, he evolved the basic design into a weapons family.
  • In the latter half, however, he slowly evolves into a more significant character.
  • The field of information security has grown and evolved significantly in recent years.
  • This church evolved into what is today known as the Church of the East.
  • Its role would continue to evolve in response to specific needs and world events.
  • It tells the story of the evolving relationship between a boy and his mother.
  • The air travel market has evolved rapidly over recent years in Latin America.
  • Thought has been constantly evolving and we can't say when that structure began.
  • Throughout the 1970s university-based executive education continued to evolve as an industry.
  • This evolved in the late 1990s into the treatment of other parts.
  • These goals evolved during the early development of the language.
  • As such, the village is largely a planned community, rather than one evolving over time.
  • Humans must have evolved or have been created long after then, was the general belief.
  • The band took an extended break after their second album, in an effort to evolve their sound.
  • He felt above anything that his work was an evolving process.
  • Growing up he had an evolving band with various family members.
  • He is self-evolving, and thus becomes the source of all being.
  • The love that evolves into a higher form is the better kind. Cited from Little Journeys To The Homes Of English Authors, by Elbert Hubbard
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Meaning of evolve

  • verb Work out
    We have developed a new theory of evolution
  • verb Undergo development or evolution
    Modern man evolved a long time ago