cumulative[ kyoo-myuh-luh-tiv, -ley-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF cumulative
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Aunt Melissa had lashed herself into a cumulative passion of words.
Phoebe's indignation was cumulative always, and was now bubbling into wrath.
The evidence had been cumulative but was no longer questionable.
From a political standpoint its history is one of cumulative disaster.
Elfride's emotion was cumulative, and after a while would assert itself on a sudden.
He had been putting them to the severest of tests, and the effect was now cumulative.
The interest is cumulative, and the denouement of the story in no wise disappointing.
The picture is a tragic one, cumulative in its horrific details.
Again she begins the scene, and yet again, with cumulative passion.
Courtesy with him, as with any one else who makes it a habit, has a cumulative effect.