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1068 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɪvˈɒlv], [ ɪvˈɒlv], [ ɪ_v_ˈɒ_l_v]
  • n.

    • catalyze,
    • invent,
    • inaugurate,
    • trigger,
    • form,
    • set off,
    • create,
    • start-off,
    • bring about,
    • show,
    • make.
    develop (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
  • v.

    build (verb)
    • fits together,
    • threw together,
    • jerry build,
    • re-constructing,
    • pre-fabricated,
    • jerry builds,
    • pre fabricate,
    • jerry built,
    • knocking together,
    • jerry-builds,
    • knocked together,
    • pro-duces,
    • throws together,
    • re constructing,
    • pro duces,
    • jerrybuilt,
    • re-construct,
    • prefabricates,
    • superstructed,
    • throwing together,
    • knocks together,
    • jerry-building,
    • jerrybuilding,
    • re constructed,
    • re construct,
    • pre-fabricating,
    • re-constructed,
    • superstructs,
    • re constructs,
    • re-constructs,
    • pro duce,
    • pre fabricated,
    • pre fabricates,
    • jerrybuilds,
    • pre-fabricates,
    • pre fabricating,
    • prefabricating,
    • pre-fabricate,
    • superstructing.
    change (verb)creation (verb)derive (verb)
    • pro cures,
    • de-rived,
    • de-rive,
    • de rived,
    • re aching,
    • de-rives,
    • pro-cured,
    • de rive,
    • re-aching,
    • pro cured,
    • pro-cures,
    • de-riving,
    • re ached,
    • de rives,
    • re-ached,
    • pro curing,
    • pro-curing,
    • pro-cure,
    • pro cure,
    • de riving.
    develop (verb)
    • enrooting,
    • fore tell,
    • un-covers,
    • un-rolls,
    • un-twisted,
    • un-ravelled,
    • re counts,
    • fore-tells,
    • re fine,
    • un-coil,
    • re counted,
    • un twisting,
    • ex-tends,
    • fore-tell,
    • pro-mote,
    • un covers,
    • un furled,
    • dis-entangles,
    • dis entangles,
    • un-raveled,
    • grows up,
    • ex-plicated,
    • un wound,
    • ex-tend,
    • ex tending,
    • un-ravels,
    • ex-plicates,
    • un-twists,
    • un-ravelling,
    • re-fining,
    • un-twisting,
    • ex-plained,
    • ex-plain,
    • un coil,
    • un-coiling,
    • un furling,
    • un coiled,
    • dis-closed,
    • re-fines,
    • re-fine,
    • ex-plains,
    • un twisted,
    • un covered,
    • un coiling,
    • dis close,
    • un raveled,
    • un-winds,
    • un twist,
    • dis closes,
    • re fines,
    • un-coiled,
    • un-wind,
    • re-counting,
    • pro-motes,
    • fore told,
    • un-rolled,
    • un rolls,
    • dis closed,
    • fore tells,
    • un winding,
    • un-furling,
    • ex tends,
    • un rolling,
    • ex plicates,
    • un-ravel,
    • enroots,
    • ex-tended,
    • un wind,
    • ex plain,
    • pro moting,
    • pro-moting,
    • un-wound,
    • un roll,
    • ex-plaining,
    • fore-told,
    • dis-close,
    • dis closing,
    • ex plained,
    • ex tended,
    • ex plicated,
    • un-winding,
    • un winds,
    • un coils,
    • dis-closes,
    • un-raveling,
    • re-counted,
    • ex plains,
    • un-covering,
    • un twists,
    • un ravels,
    • un-furled,
    • dis-entangle,
    • ex-tending,
    • ex-plicating,
    • dis-entangled,
    • un ravelling,
    • ex tend,
    • fore telling,
    • re fined,
    • un-twist,
    • un ravelled,
    • un ravel,
    • re-counts,
    • dis entangling,
    • ex plicating,
    • un cover,
    • un rolled,
    • ex plicate,
    • re counting,
    • un-cover,
    • fore-telling,
    • un-coils,
    • ex-plicate,
    • dis entangle,
    • dis entangled,
    • dis-closing,
    • un-roll,
    • ex plaining,
    • enrooted,
    • un raveling,
    • un covering,
    • dis-entangling,
    • un-rolling.
    develop, progress (verb)educe (verb)
    • dis till,
    • de duces,
    • dis tills,
    • dis-tilled,
    • ex torts,
    • ex tort,
    • dis-tills,
    • thinks out,
    • dis-till,
    • dis tilled,
    • de-duce,
    • dis-tilling,
    • ex-tort,
    • ex-torts,
    • dis tilling,
    • de-duces,
    • de duce.
    elaborate (verb)
    • be-deck,
    • de-vising,
    • be-decked,
    • be decked,
    • ex-pounded,
    • dis cuss,
    • ex-pounds,
    • be deck,
    • be-decking,
    • ex pound,
    • ex pounding,
    • de-vise,
    • de vised,
    • de-vised,
    • dis-cusses,
    • be decks,
    • de vising,
    • be-decks,
    • dis cusses,
    • dis-cussed,
    • ex-pounding,
    • dis-cuss,
    • dis-cussing,
    • fleshes out,
    • be decking,
    • dis cussing,
    • ex-pound,
    • de vise,
    • dis cussed,
    • ex pounds,
    • ex pounded.
    elicit (verb)
    • arm-twisted,
    • armtwists,
    • arm twists,
    • calls forth,
    • shook down,
    • puts the arm on,
    • armtwisting,
    • ex-act,
    • arm twist,
    • arm twisted,
    • arm-twists,
    • putting the arm on,
    • bring light,
    • arm twisting,
    • puts arm on,
    • puts muscle on,
    • put arm on,
    • shaking down,
    • putting muscle on,
    • ex-acting,
    • putting arm on,
    • shakes down,
    • ex acting,
    • armtwist,
    • ex acts,
    • ex-acted,
    • brings forth,
    • ex act,
    • brought forth,
    • armtwisted.
    evoke (verb)
    • ex cites,
    • re calling,
    • re-called,
    • ex cite,
    • ex-cites,
    • re calls,
    • ex cited,
    • ex-cited,
    • re-call,
    • re-calls,
    • re-calling,
    • ex-cite,
    • ex citing.
    excogitate (verb)
    • de-liberate,
    • ex cogitated,
    • de liberating,
    • ex-cogitated,
    • thinks up,
    • in-vents,
    • ex cogitate,
    • in vented,
    • de liberate,
    • de liberated,
    • de-liberated,
    • perpending,
    • ex cogitates,
    • de liberates,
    • in-vented,
    • in-venting,
    • in-vent,
    • thinking up,
    • perpended,
    • in vents,
    • mulled over,
    • perpends,
    • ex-cogitating,
    • de-liberates,
    • in vent,
    • in venting,
    • ex cogitating,
    • ex-cogitates,
    • ex-cogitate,
    • de-liberating.
    formulate (verb)
    • de-tailed,
    • de fines,
    • in-dite,
    • pre pares,
    • gave form to,
    • giving form to,
    • ex-press,
    • in dite,
    • de fine,
    • de-fines,
    • de-fined,
    • pre pare,
    • pre pared,
    • de tail,
    • in dites,
    • de-tail,
    • de-tailing,
    • de fined,
    • ex pressing,
    • pre-pared,
    • pre paring,
    • pre-pare,
    • de-fine,
    • ex pressed,
    • de tailing,
    • de tails,
    • ex-pressing,
    • gives form to,
    • de tailed,
    • ex press,
    • de fining,
    • de-fining,
    • in-dites,
    • de-tails,
    • pre-paring.
    materialize (verb)
    • art realized,
    • becoming concrete,
    • corporealized,
    • becomes concrete,
    • personized,
    • becoming visual,
    • was incarnate,
    • becomes real,
    • hypostatizing,
    • entified,
    • wast realized,
    • substantializes,
    • makes real,
    • was realized,
    • reified,
    • wert incarnate,
    • becoming real,
    • are realized,
    • making real,
    • entifies,
    • pragmatizing,
    • became real,
    • Substantialized,
    • is realized,
    • came pass,
    • takes form,
    • being realized,
    • coming pass,
    • became visual,
    • pragmatized,
    • wert realized,
    • art incarnate,
    • are incarnate,
    • hypostatized,
    • takes shape,
    • corporealizing,
    • personizing,
    • took shape,
    • personizes,
    • comes pass,
    • am realized,
    • Substantializing,
    • corporealizes,
    • being incarnate,
    • became concrete,
    • taking form,
    • come pass,
    • wast incarnate,
    • hypostatizes,
    • took form,
    • were realized,
    • entifying,
    • were incarnate,
    • taking shape,
    • becomes visual,
    • pragmatizes,
    • is incarnate,
    • reifying.
    mature (verb)
    • became experienced,
    • reaches adulthood,
    • attaining majority,
    • came of age,
    • becomes wise,
    • comes age,
    • came age,
    • reached adulthood,
    • reaching adulthood,
    • come age,
    • comes of age,
    • attained majority,
    • reached majority,
    • becomes experienced,
    • attains majority,
    • reaching majority,
    • became wise,
    • becoming wise,
    • reaches majority,
    • becoming experienced,
    • shoots up.
    originate (verb)
    • pro created,
    • opens up,
    • dis covers,
    • dis covered,
    • dis-cover,
    • ushered in,
    • pro creating,
    • pro-create,
    • pro-created,
    • break ice,
    • pro creates,
    • sets motion,
    • dis cover,
    • dis covering,
    • dis-covered,
    • dis-covers,
    • giving birth to,
    • pro-creating,
    • set motion,
    • dis-covering,
    • pro create,
    • pro-creates.
    pull (verb)
    • re-moves,
    • re moving,
    • dis-locate,
    • dis locates,
    • dis-located,
    • up-roots,
    • up root,
    • up rooted,
    • up rooting,
    • dis locate,
    • re-moving,
    • up-rooting,
    • dis located,
    • dis locating,
    • dis-locates,
    • re move,
    • re moved,
    • up-root,
    • up-rooted,
    • dis-locating,
    • re-move,
    • up roots.
    unfold (verb)
    • beared fruit,
    • un folding,
    • un-folded,
    • bearing fruit,
    • un folded,
    • un folds,
    • bare fruit,
    • un fold,
    • un-fold,
    • un-folds,
    • un-folding,
    • bore fruit,
    • bears fruit.
    work out (verb)
    • came to terms,
    • gets something done,
    • come terms,
    • are effective,
    • went well,
    • getting done,
    • was effective,
    • am effective,
    • comes terms,
    • is effective,
    • reaches agreement,
    • gat something done,
    • figures out,
    • gets done,
    • gotten done,
    • came terms,
    • gat done,
    • comes to terms,
    • goes well,
    • got something done,
    • were effective,
    • got done,
    • gotten something done,
    • wert effective,
    • being effective,
    • going well,
    • wast effective,
    • coming terms,
    • getting something done,
    • reaching agreement,
    • reached agreement.
  • Other synonyms:

    change
    • tamper with,
    • Re-form,
    • remaking,
    • re-formed,
    • substitute,
    • make innovations,
    • tampers with,
    • tampering with,
    • remakes,
    • make over,
    • tampered with,
    • restyling,
    • metamorphose,
    • remake,
    • transfigure,
    • warp,
    • Metamorphosed,
    • made over,
    • restyled,
    • transformed,
    • Revolutionizing,
    • restyle.
    draw out evolution excogitate find originate
    • originates,
    • Innovated,
    • ushering in,
    • parented,
    • sets in motion,
    • Innovating,
    • gives birth to,
    • innovate,
    • ushers in,
    • Spawned,
    • innovates,
    • Originating,
    • opening up,
    • set in motion,
    • setting in motion,
    • parenting,
    • opened up,
    • gave birth to,
    • come with,
    • usher in.
    Other relevant words:
    • formulate,
    • become experienced,
    • setting down,
    • untwisted,
    • sets up,
    • stirred up,
    • fleshed out,
    • externalize,
    • pull,
    • fit together,
    • excogitate,
    • coming to pass,
    • set up,
    • thought out,
    • become concrete,
    • Typified,
    • Enroot,
    • evoke,
    • put up,
    • carpentered,
    • took place,
    • Evolved,
    • throw together,
    • taking place,
    • settle down,
    • build,
    • attain majority,
    • reifies,
    • Personize,
    • settling down,
    • fitting together,
    • gave rise to,
    • Substantialize,
    • untwisting,
    • develop,
    • ripen,
    • derive,
    • change,
    • reify,
    • maturate,
    • enriches,
    • work out,
    • shoot up,
    • shake down,
    • extorts,
    • bringing forth,
    • untwists,
    • uncoiled,
    • entify,
    • think out,
    • Pragmatize,
    • Carpentering,
    • mapping,
    • untwist,
    • mature,
    • prefabricated,
    • come to pass,
    • uncoils,
    • unfurls,
    • hypostatize,
    • giving rise to,
    • flesh out,
    • Mapped,
    • fruiting,
    • settled down,
    • uncoiling,
    • elaborate,
    • be realized,
    • put the arm on,
    • stirs up,
    • calling forth,
    • fruited,
    • thinking out,
    • sets down,
    • jerry building,
    • come of age,
    • Widened,
    • came to pass,
    • comes to pass,
    • modelling,
    • become real,
    • stirring up,
    • fitted together,
    • shot up,
    • take place,
    • take shape,
    • arm-twist,
    • knock together,
    • call forth,
    • coming of age,
    • grow up,
    • stir up,
    • formulated,
    • put together,
    • corporealize,
    • make real,
    • put muscle on,
    • called forth,
    • extract,
    • personalized,
    • jerrybuild,
    • take form,
    • set down,
    • takes place,
    • coming age,
    • made real,
    • Superstruct,
    • originate,
    • expound,
    • prefabricate,
    • shooting up,
    • bring forth,
    • unfurled,
    • unfold,
    • reach majority,
    • become visual,
    • jerry-build,
    • extort,
    • growing up,
    • settles down,
    • educe,
    • indite,
    • reach adulthood,
    • framing,
    • gives rise to,
    • grew up,
    • be incarnate,
    • evoked,
    • become wise,
    • give rise to,
    • arm-twisting,
    • map,
    • give form to,
    • synthesize,
    • fleshing out,
    • uncoil,
    • flowered.
    pull work out
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1. evolve

verb. ['ɪˈvɑːlv, iːˈvɑːlv'] undergo development or evolution.

  • develop
  • differentiate
  • derive
  • specialize
  • specialise
  • dedifferentiate
  • worsen
  • disappear
  • deconcentrate

Words that Rhyme with Evolve

  • resolve
  • involve
  • dissolve
  • absolve
  • solve

Example sentences of the word evolve


1. Verb, base form
Allow the idea to evolve over time and become something that is appealing to the general consensus.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
At some point, repeat purchases evolve into feelings of loyalty to your business.

Quotes containing the word evolve


1. Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation. The foundation of such a method is love.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

2. You might find me outside with a can of hair spray, spraying it with the hope that the sun will burn a hole in the Earth. Another part of me hopes people will grow up and evolve and get smarter. That's the paradox of Marilyn Manson.
- Marilyn Manson

3. I genuinely liked all of the cast members very much. Steve had a wicked sense of humor. I remember Russell coming to my rescue, once. I watched Eric evolve before everyone's eyes. Maurice loved what he did, so. He treated his character with respect, down to the costuming.
- Madeleine Stowe

2. evolve

verb. ['ɪˈvɑːlv, iːˈvɑːlv'] work out.

  • develop
  • create by mental act
  • create mentally
  • increase
  • demilitarize
  • dehydrogenate
  • sensitise

3. evolve

verb. ['ɪˈvɑːlv, iːˈvɑːlv'] gain through experience.

  • formulate
  • produce
  • change
  • explicate
  • grow
  • get
  • acquire
  • destabilize
  • enable
  • loosen
  • depersonalize
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Evolve synonyms

unfold

To be revealed gradually to the understanding:

mature

(Intransitive) To gain experience or wisdom with age.

grow

To increase in size and develop toward maturity, as a plant or animal does by assimilating food

emit

To give off (electrons) under the influence of heat, radiation, etc.

result

To end in a particular way:

emerge

To become known or prominent after being in obscurity:

elaborate

To produce or compose (a substance, for example) from simpler elements.

increase

To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment

stop(antonym)

To interrupt one's course or journey for a brief visit or stay. Often used with by, in, or off:

block(antonym)

To stop or deflect a ball or puck by using one's body.

ripen

To become or make ripe; mature, age, cure, etc.

show(related)

Show is defined as to bring into view, teach, or display.

acquire

To gain through experience; come by:

halt(antonym)

derive

To derive is defined as to come from, be created from or be developed out of something else.

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How to use evolving in a sentence

If this earth is evolving for the better, the past is still vivid in all its cruelty.

THE NECESSITY OF ATHEISMDR. D.M. BROOKS

Remains one mightier problem, subtlest and most difficult of all, that of the life of the human spirit, of man evolving into God.

EVOLUTION OF LIFE AND FORMANNIE WOOD BESANT

I shall not trouble you this morning at all with that threefold division of the evolving life with which we dealt yesterday.

EVOLUTION OF LIFE AND FORMANNIE WOOD BESANT

Another great principle is the double and parallel action of shvara and of the evolving Self.

EVOLUTION OF LIFE AND FORMANNIE WOOD BESANT

Cosmically they make the planes of the manifested universe, the five planes on which we are evolving.

EVOLUTION OF LIFE AND FORMANNIE WOOD BESANT

He had spent more than two years thinking of that and evolving every needful plan in detail.

THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

The Italian language was just evolving itself, under the genius of Dante, from a mere jumble of dialects into a literary language.

CHAPTERS ON JEWISH LITERATUREISRAEL ABRAHAMS

Where is the man to spend his life in evolving the beginnings of law and order from the midst of all this chaos?

PIONEERS OF SCIENCEOLIVER LODGE

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Will you buy me. Haha, you know, youre completely stupid, but youre learning perfectly well, probably youre fond of the teachers. Grinning and wiping the sweat from her brow, she walked over to me.

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Yegor was speechless and carefully removed her hand, but she only put her finger to her lips and began to unzip his jeans. Yegor was taken aback, and already just did not understand what was happening. - Leopold is not greedy and buys new underpants every five years, not an example of yours, inherited from his great-grandfather, up to his knees with stripes, and then.

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The girl was breathing heavily. Irina looked at them. She was disgusted. The woman was sold for money.



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