SYNONYMS FOR development
Examples from the Web for developmentally
Adolescents at that age are “developmentally more fully formed and able to make their own decisions,” says Dr. Davis.
Newtown Patch reports that Ryan Lanza told a close friend that he thinks his developmentally disabled brother committed the crime.What We Know So Far About Connecticut School Shooter Adam Lanza|Kevin Fallon|December 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Carlos DeLuna, who was arrested for the crime, was developmentally disabled and had a low IQ.10 Shocking Bits From Book About How Texas Executed an Innocent Man|Ben Jacobs|May 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And 38 percent of children whose mothers used cocaine while pregnant are developmentally delayed.
Santorum and Palin each have a developmentally disabled child – itself a rare phenomenon in presidential politics.
Developmentally and histologically there are no fundamental divergences from the teeth of vertebrates lower in the scale.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
British Dictionary definitions for developmentally
- the process of developing pieces
- the manner in which they are developed
- the position of the pieces in the early part of a game with reference to their attacking potential or defensive efficiency