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creating (part of speech: verb)
occurring (part of speech: verb)
ensuing (part of speech: verb)
expanding (part of speech: verb)
enlarging, amplifying, extending, magnifying, lengthening, inflating, burgeoning, incrementing, spreading, broadening, augmenting, expanding, swelling, engorging, thickening, growing, stretching, widening, dilating, distending, fattening, increasing
preparing (part of speech: verb)
equipping, priming, constructing, fitting, fashioning, outfitting, dressing, currying, mobilizing, arranging, making, formulating, furnishing, composing, warming up, readying, marshalling, setting, fostering, drafting, devising, preparing, fabricating
aging (part of speech: verb)
beginning (part of speech: verb)
embarking, sprouting, budding, germinating, forming, originating, dawning, commencing, introducing, beginning, initializing, hatching, inducting, birthing, undertaking, starting, initiating, stemming, inaugurating, creating, conceiving, springing, emerging
producing (part of speech: verb)
- When he was lieutenant he was developing himself. - "Editorials-from-the-Hearst-Newspapers", Brisbane, Arthur.
- It was the infancy of pleasure developing within them, unaware of the beautiful red flowers which were to crown its shoots. - "The Hated Son", Honore de Balzac.
- You are developing new and singular powers. - "The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop", Hamlin Garland.