Thesaurus / buildup


Despite the media buildup stressing the tenseness of Washington’s mood, one didn’t feel the anxiety.
The fan will help speed up the evaporation mechanism and distribute moisture over a wider area, the larger water tank will accommodate infrequent water changes, and the filter will prevent large-scale dust and mold buildup.
Tokyo’s supporters will point out that the buildup to every Games is dogged by problems.
There’s a great deal of slow story buildup until the last 10 minutes or so, at which point about three movies’ worth of plot hit at once.
As we age, the scaffolding on which our cells sit accumulates protein buildup that makes it stiffer.
A glaze may form on some elevated surfaces like tree limbs but it’s not cold enough for a particularly thick ice buildup, and the rain is falling hard enough in some places for it run off rather than freeze.
Dryer venting to the outside should be cleaned, at the minimum, once a year to prevent lint buildup, which is a potential fire hazard, and to improve your dryer function.
The buildup of the new military base faced widespread protests from local residents.
A buildup of fluid in this sac showed up in nearly six in every 10 of the students.
Or, the buildup in debt will cause foreigners crucial to funding our deficits in demand higher rates, mainly on the risk that the dollar will keep falling and cutting interest payments translated into their own currencies.


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