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"Some of us learn too late," he replied, increasingly ominous.

She was so tired of herself, that, to escape her double, she made it increasingly a bore to her.

We are increasingly conscious of a growing discontent at waste.

And as he realized it that morning so he was to realize it increasingly as time sped on.

Yet I am increasingly convinced that their spirits never die at all.

Let the few, the leaders, be increasingly responsible for the whole.

The man himself was well content, and increasingly self-satisfied.

Increasingly alarmed, he put his shoulder to the door, but it did not yield.

She brooded over it, increasingly convinced that it might be a masterpiece.

It is increasingly likely to come without the aid of legislation.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from increasing (see increase) + -ly (2).

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