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1. developed

adjective. ['dɪˈvɛləpt'] being changed over time so as to be e.g. stronger or more complete or more useful.

Synonyms

  • mature
  • formulated

Antonyms

  • immature
  • young
  • immaturity

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Words that Rhyme with Developed

  • enveloped

Example sentences of the word developed


1. Verb, past participle
Programming languages were developed to speed this process up and allow more people to become programmers.

2. Verb, past tense
Congress developed these retirement plans to give people the opportunity to plan for their retirement independently from their employer.

Quotes containing the word developed


1. When I turned about 14, I developed a friendship with this guy whose mom was the secretary to Ernest Angley, the faith healer, who's very popular in the Midwest. He had a television show, and he was sort of like Liberace mixed with Jerry Falwell - very glitzy, very high-tech.
- Marilyn Manson

2. My childhood, adolescence and high school days are unusually important. If there has ever been a time that I developed a uniqueness and sense of humor and the ability to organize, it was then. In those early days, I developed the skills that gave me a certain degree of success in American politics.
- Lee Atwater

3. My childhood, adolescence and high school days are unusually important. If there has ever been a time that I developed a uniqueness and sense of humor and the ability to organize, it was then. In those early days, I developed the skills that gave me a certain degree of success in American politics.
- Lee Atwater

2. highly-developed

adjective. (used of societies) having high industrial development.

Synonyms

  • developed

Antonyms

  • regressive
  • white-collar

3. developed

adjective. ['dɪˈvɛləpt'] (of real estate) made more useful and profitable as by building or laying out roads.

Antonyms

  • green

4. developed

adjective. ['dɪˈvɛləpt'] (used of societies) having high industrial development.

Synonyms

  • highly-developed

Antonyms

  • unfledged
  • stay
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