Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of evolve.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Its like the game of telephone: the name evolving less out of an attempt to conceal the cakes history than from a simple misunderstanding that the history lies within the name.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • I think the label evolving is a valid attempt to stay a step ahead of the stigma.

    Various NPR disability stories

  • In Brussels, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso voiced support for Italy and Spain but acknowledged investors' growing concerns about the capacity of the eurozone to respond to what he described as an evolving crisis.

    Italy, Spain Face Soaring Borrowing Rates

  • BORK: A willingness to apply the Constitution according to the principles that are actually in it rather than what they call the evolving or the living Constitution, which simply means the judges begin to make it up.

    CNN Transcript Oct 27, 2005

  • Senate Armed Services Committee, said Tuesday that he was briefed last week on the military's proposed new Afghan strategy, which he called evolving but headed in the right direction.

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • For the simplistic thinker and writer, perhaps there is no place for the semicolon; but for anyone interested in evolving as an author, in allowing for greater sentence depth and complexity, there are few more valuable tools.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Interview: Noah Lukeman on “A Dash of Style”

  • However, many international development programs and national initiatives have made Internet access or, as some call them, information and communication technology (ICT) projects, to be the most crucial in evolving into a competitive and modern nation.

    Travel

  • While no set of recommendations can right all of the wrongs evolving from the Iraq war, this report does lay groundwork for an end to the war that all sides can find acceptable.

    National Council of Churches

  • The precise dynamics of the fanatical influence exerted on each faith, as well as how they are organized, funded, and evolving is open to informed debate and analysis.

    Brian Levin, J.D.: Juan Williams, and the Case for Uncomfortable Dialogue

  • You might say that what he was trying to escape was a result of evolving from the society he wanted to return to.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fight Club

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