Definition of evolvement in English:

evolvement

noun

See evolve

  • ‘I believe that such tolerances and freedoms are the natural evolvement of successful free-market advances.’
  • ‘Their concerns have to be built into the evolvement of any development plan.’
  • ‘The theory of evolution is seen as tracing the historical evolvement of those structures or competencies that formal pragmatics describes as universal features of language use.’
  • ‘It owes its recent evolvement to the cultural and social developments of speakers of English and to the growing number of students attending colleges.’
  • ‘His portrayal of dejected loneliness early in the film is subtly done, but this cannot outweigh the nauseating theatrics accompanying his character's emotional evolvement.’

Pronunciation

evolvement

/ɪˈvɒlvm(ə)nt/