Synonyms for Developed:

adj.

adult (adjective)
nubile, full-grown, reasonable, adult, virile, ripe, serious, of age, mature.
all-out (adjective)
full-blown.
completed (adjective)
perfected.
expanded (adjective)
inflated, engorged, increased, enlarged, Amplified, extended, expanded, magnified, Distended, dilated, burgeoned, lengthened, fattened, stretched, augmented, swollen, spread, Broadened, Widened, thickened, incremented.
grown (adjective)
matured, refined, advanced.
increased (adjective)
enlarged.
prepared (adjective)
fabricated, Curried, fashioned, dressed, formulated, fostered, composed, outfitted, arranged, primed, furnished, readied, Constructed, Fitted, Marshaled, warmed up, Mobilized, prepared, equipped, made, Devised, Drafted.

n.

anglophone, bicoastal, american, anglo-saxon, coast-to-coast, continental, baltic, arctic, anglo-american, abroad. developed (noun)
improved, mature, industrial, formulated, formed, matured, highly-developed.
grown (noun)
perfected, refined, advanced.

v.

aged (verb)
seasoned, grown old, mellowed, ripened, grew old, Endured, Lasted, Declined, matured, Deteriorated, aged.
began (verb)
Emerged, Germinated, Began, formed, birthed, Introduced, Embarked, conceived, Inducted, Sprang, Inaugurated, Created, Originated, Begun, Dawned, sprouted, Sprung, started, hatched, Undertook, initiated, stemmed, initialized, Commenced, Undertaken, Budded.
completed (verb)
perfected.
created (verb)
invented, produced, Generated, built.
ensued (verb)
Eventuated, Impended, Followed, Approached, destined, Resulted, Ensued.
expanded (verb)
swelled, Grew, grown.
occurred (verb)
Befallen, Occurred, Happened, Arisen, Arose, Transpired, Befell.
prepared (verb)
Marshalled, set.
produced (verb)
Mothered, Fathered, manufactured, cultivated, executed.

Other synonyms:

full-fledged, fully fledged, fully grown, full-blown. ripe. big. growth.

Usage examples for developed

  1. As his baby- will developed he found it supreme. – A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century by E. P. Roe
  2. Thus the war developed the fact that the most deadly enemy of the submarine is the submarine itself. – The Victory At Sea by William Sowden Sims Burton J. Hendrick
  3. The famous dolmen of Carrickglass, Sligo, is a still more developed example of this type. – Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders by T. Eric Peet