true, high, positive, late, fully-fledged, American, big, higher, improved, unquestionable, industrial, full-fledged, youth, fully-grown, bicoastal, real, perfected, genuine, growth, Arctic, veritable, Baltic, essential, coast-to-coast, abroad, advanced, progressive, certain, demonstrable, refined, forward, actual, immature, evolved, infantile, full-blown, continental, anglophone, highly-developed, Anglo-Saxon, ripe, substantial, grown-up, authentic, Anglo-American
began (part of speech: verb)
conceived, undertook, began, budded, started, germinated, inducted, dawned, sprang, emerged, sprouted, commenced, hatched, created, begun, initialized, inaugurated, introduced, originated, sprung, initiated, embarked, stemmed, birthed, formed, undertaken
expanded (part of speech: verb)
expanded, stretched, lengthened, fattened, amplified, magnified, incremented, extended, distended, dilated, grew, thickened, spread, swelled, broadened, engorged, increased, enlarged, swollen, grown, widened, burgeoned, augmented, inflated
produced (part of speech: verb)
ensued (part of speech: verb)
aged (part of speech: verb)
adult (part of speech: adjective)
prepared (part of speech: verb)
fabricated, outfitted, made, fitted, arranged, marshaled, fostered, fashioned, drafted, devised, warmed up, primed, mobilized, set, constructed, dressed, formulated, equipped, prepared, marshalled, readied, curried, composed, furnished
created (part of speech: verb)
occurred (part of speech: verb)
- That is why true Comedy seems to find its best field in a developed social life. - "The Psychology of Beauty", Ethel D. Puffer.
- She had developed greatly. - "Mrs. Falchion, Complete", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 12, 2009.
- She had to act because otherwise " affairs might have developed against her." - "The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)", John Holland Rose.