Evolution [noun]

Definition of Evolution:

development, progress

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Sentence/Example of Evolution:

Their evolution has been going on for longer than I ever expected, and I am very proud of it.

Fortune Connect is the next step in the evolution of our purpose.

So we have evolution to thank for shielding us from complete self-knowledge.

Through a gradual evolution, over many years of trial and error, we found an approach for making this work.

Convergent evolution means there aren't even very many double-deckers left, and most planes carry their engines under the wings.

The open web is nextThe evolution of shorter consumer journeys will continue on the open web, overhauling publisher partnerships and programmatic media.

These transitions typically appear as discrete “leaps” in evolution, and the mechanisms that produce them remain little understood.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer now wants to make the evolution of the program official.

Tiny gas bubbles and tracer particles were shot into the tank so they could get caught up in the swirling currents, allowing the researchers to see and closely measure the evolution of the vortices.

The amazing evolution is described through the lens of an un-assuming dreamer who has seen it all, from two-man basement projects to 100-million-dollar disasters.