accumulative

[ uh-kyoo-myuh-ley-tiv, -luh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF accumulative

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The progressive force is accumulative, the resisting force is constant.

Next: ‘Aia’ is generally an accumulative yet depreciative termination.

How well this practical horticulturist appreciates and illustrates the gradual and accumulative force of selection!

The result is a sort of accumulative lie, made by successive individual contributions of little dashes of exaggeration.

The accumulative forces of centuries are pressing hard upon time present.

Labor, progressive and accumulative force, bearing interest like capital, in faculties as in results.

Accumulative evidence pointed to a likelihood that someone was hiding in the building.

It is merely a destructive and dispersive instead of a constructive and accumulative industrialism.

Darwin assumed an accumulative influence of external causes in the case of the production of new varieties or species.

The triumph was accumulative, and it was crowned by the tent-scene, the battle, and the death.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ACCUMULATIVE

cumulative

adjectiveaccruing; growing in size or effect
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