highly-developed


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Adj.1.highly-developed - (used of societies) having high industrial development; "developed countries"
industrial - having highly developed industries; "the industrial revolution"; "an industrial nation"
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I have known young ladies, much better educated, and with an outward world diversified by instructive lectures, to say nothing of literature and highly-developed fancy-work, who have spun a cocoon of visionary joys and sorrows for themselves, just as Penny did.
China got the nod after it dangled eight of its highly-developed cities and its highly-advanced infrastructure and transportation system.
"The air traffic control center has highly-developed and high-tech equipment," Yildirim said.
The British have the most highly-developed sense of humour in the world, from the sublime to the ridiculous, encompassing all facets of the human condition.
A politics student at Brunel revealed that the United States had the most powerful and advanced military in the world, possessing "highly-developed and powerful marital equipment".