Devolve - definition, pronunciation, transcription
She cynically asserts that our species is devolving.
Somehow the debate devolved into a petty competition to see who could get more applause.
Community leaders hope that the new government will devolve more power to the community itself.
Responsibility has devolved to the individual teachers.
The estate devolved on a distant cousin.
The responsibility for breadwinning has devolved increasingly upon women.
This impassioned tale devolves through four separate movements.
The representative devolved his duties to his aides while he was in the hospital
The estate devolved to an heir that everybody had assumed to be dead
The discussion devolved into a shouting match
...without law and order, society would quickly devolve into a state of animalism...
present participle: devolving
past tense: devolved
past participle: devolved
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