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Definition of "neo-darwinian" []

  • Darwinian (in reference to Darwin's view of the origin of species) with modifications by later writers. See neo-Darwinism. (unknown)
  • One who accepts or advocates neo-Darwinism. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "neo-darwinian" in a sentence
  • "The latest challenge to the neo-darwinian theory of evolution has come from the "intelligent design movement," spearheaded by the Discovery Institute in Seattle, WA."
  • "Front-loading is a hypothesis that incorporates common descent (just like neo-darwinian evolution does it)."
  • "The whole point about modern neo-darwinian theory is that NO external influence of any sort is required."