Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a decreasing manner; by decrease.
- adv. In a decreasing manner.
“To judge from the scene I witnessed at the Idea Store — and the statistics back this up — books are decreasingly the draw.”
“Puss made his debut in "Shrek 2," then did time in the two decreasingly funny sequels.”
“As it became increasingly dangerous for such people to speak up, they were becoming decreasingly visible.”
“For a decade I have witnessed American youth & adults becoming disenchanted, disillusioned, decreasingly hopeful.”
“As things actually transpired, the team made my money work for them through the next spring, when it graciously game me credit towards increasingly more expensive seats in front of a decreasingly skillful team.”
“I sure hope Hersh's editor at The New Yorker, David Remnick, is doing a careful cost-benefit analysis of the decreasingly lucid Hersh's impact on his magazine's reputation.”
“Justin Lin, executive of Fast & Furious, has been tasked with reinventing the 1986 anticipation movement moment which spawned the decreasingly sensible film authorization as well as an impossibly dumb TV series.”
“I don't mind a little good-natured ribbing, but the same phenomenon that manifests itself in the civil discourse on a site like The Post's multiplies throughout the internet in decreasingly civil ways.”
“This comic drama by Jeff Tallbott begins with a strong premise and becomes decreasingly less interesting as it goes along.”
“Thus, while the four of us believe that reliance on nuclear weapons for deterrence is becoming increasingly hazardous and decreasingly effective, some nations will hesitate to draw or act on the same conclusion unless regional confrontations and conflicts are addressed.”
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