gradually

[ graj-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF gradually

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRADUALLY

These gradually died away in the distance, and were heard no more.

But the tidings were gradually breaking in upon the mind of Andrew Lanning.

Gradually the image of the middle-aged Robin had effaced his youth.

Gradually the older girls saw that she would not save herself.

When they approached the entrance to the canyon, gradually Linda slowed down.

Gradually a new series of impressions began to register on Martin's brain.

Gradually he came to the conclusion that the delays were not entirely accidental.

Gradually young Sami grew up and was able to help the cousin in the fields.

Moreover, the use of it is gradually extending in the mercantile marine.

But the chances were gradually growing unfavorable to Hawkeye and his band.

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