Thesaurus: synonyms and related words
Examples from literature
- They may have done so originally, but we must remember that the embryonic life itself has been subject to adaptive changes for millions of years.
- This is especially true in the case of such adaptive instincts as curiosity, imitation, and play.
- This renders them facile and adaptive in the ever-changing conditions of organic evolution.
- Thomas was deeply observant and quickly adaptive.
- Thus, by a sort of action and reaction, a two-fold series of adaptive modifications will be brought about.