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accumulative

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  • s  increasing by successive addition
    the eventual accumulative effect of these substances
  • s  marked by acquiring or amassing
    we live in an accumulative society

  • The corporate sector, which admires his accumulative skills, would have seen his inclusion as further reassurance.
  • John Connally, a Democrat but getting ready for a political sex change, is an awesome accumulative sight right now in Texas.
  • To the employes was due $700,000 from an accumulative yearly bonus which the company paid them under contract.
Quotes

  • Imran Khan in Hindu
    It is all over for him. He is sunk, Khan said, adding "He has lost touch with Pakistan. It is a crisis of his own making and the accumulative effect of his miscalculations."
  • Mamoru Oshii in Anime News Network
    Animation is an accumulative process, taking one step at a time, like laying bricks,Oshii said. "You decide on a plan, lay the foundation, then take out your blueprint, look at it and start building. But with a live-action film, you don't...
  • Herm Edwards in Sportinglife.com
    I'm not going to defend how I coach. I don't need to do that,Edwards said. "My tenure will tell you how I coach and it's not on one year, one season or two seasons. It's accumulative."

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