increasingly increasingly  /ɪn ˈkri sɪŋ li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) advancing in amount or intensity

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Usage(s):

  1. The Bush Administration has launched its latest PR offensive to boost support for the increasingly unpopular war in Iraq.
  2. Doctors in Europe are increasingly performing hymenoplasties for brides seeking to simulate virginity.
  3. Young Tibetans, many of them born outside their homeland, have become increasingly critical of the moderation of the Dalai Lama and other exiled leaders.

News

  1. Jefferson Elementary Carnival brings smiles to kids of all ages

    The increasingly popular voice-activated, in-car technologies that allow drivers to text, talk on... - 9:34 pm
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Sheboygan Press

  2. Why Advantage Oil & Gas Is Increasingly Attractive

    Why Advantage Oil & Gas Is Increasingly Attractive        
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

  3. Manufacturers increasingly turning away from credit - survey

    LONDON (Reuters) - British manufacturers are increasingly turning away from external funding to grow their businesses, a survey found, despite tentative signs that the cost of credit is easing. Nearly ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Finance

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  1. Related article: Obama raged at intel 'screw up' "It is increasingly clear that intelligence was not fully analyzed or fully leveraged," Obama said, saying that missed "red flags" before the attack were more serious than originally thought....
    on Jan 4, 2010 By: Barack Obama Source: AFP

  2. "There's an increasing number of cases where there's no legal fig leaf," Jerome Cohen, a venerable China law expert at New York University who has advised Xue's wife, said in an interview before the verdict. "These are increasingly apparent,...
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: St Jerome Source: The Associated Press

  3. "A distinctive British foreign policy that is active in Europe and across the world; that builds up British engagement in the parts of the globe where opportunities as well as threats increasingly lie; that is at ease within a networked world and...
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: William Hague Source: BBC News

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