Definitions

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  • adv. In an incremental fashion; in small increments.

Etymologies

From incremental + -ly. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • You can either grow it one brick at a time, never touching a finished brick again (what he calls incrementally).

    Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland

  • We can design novelty, but only by building out incrementally from the known into the unknown. doug:

    Blurring the Line

  • We can design novelty, but only by building out incrementally from the known into the unknown.

    Blurring the Line

  • What I found that one of the nice things [about] working incrementally is that I don’t have to reinvent the wheel every single day.

    Work in Increments to Beat Anxiety | Lifehacker Australia

  • Every use of these terms incrementally blunts the impact of such phrases when required in their proper context: real wars with equally real and deadly enemies trying to kill, maim and conquer their foes.

    Let's declare war on these tired military metaphors

  • In an interview after the town meeting, Lieberman said that health care changes can only come incrementally, which is why the

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • Councilwoman Christine Hensley has said she is open to the idea of incrementally cutting funding for the nonprofit programs.

    DesMoinesRegister.com - NEWS

  • The government said it always planned to introduce the cards "incrementally".

    B2fxxx

  • The company believes it makes sense for competition to be introduced "incrementally" into the market place as a one - off licensing of several national operators would undermine existing telecommunication providers, such as itself and mobile operators

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The chief said she'd continue to work "incrementally" on improving the community's relationship with the police, following her officer's fatal shooting of Aaron Campbell-a distraught, possibly suicidal black man shot in the back by a police sniper on January 29.

    Portland Mercury

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