Synonyms for development:
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
change, Evolvement, progress.
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
aftereffect, spin off.
augmentation, burgeoning, growth, broadening, expansion, engorgement, stretching, crescendo, distension, enlargement, increase, spreading, fattening, amplification, magnification, swelling, inflation, thickening, dilation, lengthening, increment, extension, widening.
advance, enlargement, ripening, developing, spreading, progression, maturity, evolution, augmentation, maturation, progress, advancement, boost, buildup, ontogeny, Evolvement, Maturing, expansion, improvement, ontogenesis, unfolding, increase.
happening, incident (noun)
corrective, creativity, boyhood, cold comfort, redevelop, remediation, fortification, compensation, self-improvement, buildup, devise, gain, puberty, softener, adolescence, rework, pester power, developmental, reformer, distance, innovation, redress, path, quantum leap, underpin, tide, Frankenstein's Monster, the kiss of life, apartment complex, maturity, abatement, direction, Evolvement, solace, unfolding, grow up on, improvement, reparation, stripling, structural, step change, upbringing, youth, childhood, pickup, girlhood, grow up, relief, furtherance, odyssey, enhancement, school-age, event, infancy, the Rosetta Stone, innovate, Pioneering, boost, barracks, correction, revision, makeover, causality, trajectory, intellectual property, juvenile, elicitation, innovative, touch, reformation, perfection, childlike.
discovery, megaplex, masonry, amelioration, breakthrough, roofing, degree, pointing, episode, babyish, cultivation, early, subdivision, figure, childish, momentum, patent, minority, huddle, originate, change, coin, push back, recreation, Styling, going, discipline, notch, complex, accretion, reinforce, melioration, life, plot, inventive.
Usage examples for development:
- First, the complete development of the opening has taken only seven moves. - "Chess Fundamentals", JosÃ© RaÃºl Capablanca.
- For this reason, and because of the fundamental principles which have controlled the development of the text, it is believed that the book may perform a distinct service even in city schools. - "Community Civics and Rural Life", Arthur W. Dunn.
- To be active, good- humoured, sensible, is the supreme development. - "Beside Still Waters", Arthur Christopher Benson.