a person who believes in or supports a theory of , especially in biology.
a person who supports a policy of gradual growth or development rather than sudden change or expansion.
of or relating to or evolutionists.
believing in or supporting a theory of , especially in biology.
I am a theist and an evolutionist, to be sure, but the combined term makes no sense to me.
Meet the Prizewinning Catholic Biologist Creationists Can’t Stand Karl W. Giberson April 5, 2014
The rector has come out, in a quiet way, as an evolutionist.
A Mortal Antipathy Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Thus, to Spencer, the evolutionist theory contains no immorality.
Initiation into Philosophy Emile Faguet
Darwin himself felt a great difference in looking at variation as an evolutionist and as a systematist.
Evolution in Modern Thought Ernst Haeckel
But if we grant this second demand, the evolutionist has a third in store for us.
The Story of the Earth and Man J. W. Dawson
I think one can, and so evidently does the evolutionist, or he would not talk about evolution.
Orthodoxy G. K. Chesterton
Will the evolutionist be satisfied with this explanation, or will he suggest some other?
British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Volume LIV Various
These two views are conveniently described as revolutionist and evolutionist.
Twentieth Century Socialism Edmond Kelly
The evolutionist not only uses his imagination but claims the right to do so.
The Other Side of Evolution Alexander Patterson
Is it less foolish for an evolutionist to isolate man’s emotions, feelings, and thoughts?
Nature Mysticism J. Edward Mercer
a person who believes in a theory of evolution, esp Darwin’s theory of the evolution of plant and animal species
of or relating to a theory of evolution
1859, from evolution + -ist. Related: Evolutionism.
the act or process of expanding. the state or quality of being expanded. the amount or degree of expanding. an expanded, dilated, or enlarged portion or form of a thing: The present article is an expansion of one he wrote last year. anything spread out; expanse. Mathematics. the development at length of an expression indicated […]
a policy of , as of territory or currency: the colonial expansionism of Europe in the 19th century. Contemporary Examples Haters back then called it “mosque madness” and “Islamic domination and expansionism.” Why the Ground Zero Mosque Is Worth Saving Michael Daly April 10, 2014 It is vital to our credibility in the entire Middle […]
- Anti expansionist
a policy of , as of territory or currency: the colonial expansionism of Europe in the 19th century. noun the doctrine or practice of expanding the economy or territory of a country
Fine Arts. (usually lowercase) a manner of painting, drawing, sculpting, etc., in which forms derived from nature are distorted or exaggerated and colors are intensified for emotive or expressive purposes. a style of art developed in the 20th century, characterized chiefly by heavy, often black lines that define forms, sharply contrasting, often vivid colors, and […]
full of ; meaningful: an expressive shrug. serving to ; indicative of power to : a look expressive of gratitude. of, relating to, or concerned with : Dance is a highly expressive art. Sociology. (of a crowd or group) engaging in nonpurposeful activity of an expressive and often rhythmic nature, as weeping, dancing, or shouting. […]