incremental

[ in-kruh-men-tl, ing- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incremental

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The growth of cities has, through real estate speculation and incremental income, made many of our millionaires.

In comparison to centuries of slow, incremental development, relatively abrupt change testifies to a new human condition.

A car was still, in some ways, the result of incremental progression from the horse-drawn carriage.

Allocation of resources within a system and strategies of co-evolution are seen as resources of incremental performance.

Cognition supported the incremental evolution of machines through a vast array of applications.

The overwhelming favorite is still the incremental machine called the Calcomp plotter.

WORD ORIGIN

1715, from increment + -al (1). Related: Incrementally.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCREMENTAL

accumulative

adjectiveincreasing by additions
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