cumulatively cumulatively  /ˈkjum jə lə tɪv li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a cumulative manner

Usage(s):

  1. That's not saying much: Gerbino's newsletter picks since 1985 have cumulatively returned 24%, while the Dow Jones industrial average has more than doubled.
  2. A far bigger concern is the national debt the total of what we've cumulatively borrowed to finance those yearly deficits.
  3. It's based on a theory that ecological change occurs not so much cumulatively, but suddenly, after invisible thresholds have been reached.

News

  1. History museums honor volunteers

    The Issaquah History Museums and community members recently honored 70 volunteers who cumulatively donated 3,553 hours during 2012. As a volunteer-based organization, the museums rely upon such generous donations of time and talent to discover, preserve and share Issaquah’s unique history, according to a news release from the group. The Independent Sector, an organization dedicated to leading ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Issaquah Press

  2. Smith Electric Fleet Surpasses 700 Vehicles and Five Million Miles of Operation

    Smith Electric Vehicles Corp. , the leading global producer of all-electric medium-duty commercial vehicles, today announced that it has now produced over 700 of its all-electric Edison™ and Newton™ trucks, which have cumulatively generated over five million miles on the road.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

Word of the Day
profusion profusion
/prə ˈfju ʒən /