- adv. degree Progressively more.
- adv. manner In a manner that progressively increases.
- adv. modal Indicates that the statement is becoming progressively more true.
- Increasingly more; a growing number of; a growing quantity of.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. with continual increase.
- adv. advancing in amount or intensity
“But Cepollina, whose teams helped make possible repairs of the Hubble Space Telescope, expects the market to materialize as more and more satellites are launched to satisfy an ever-growing demand for bandwidth.”
“Not surprisingly, Times Square 2000 has been planned by Landor Associates, one of the premier brand agencies of the world, and more and more celebrities are supplementing their PR agents with brand experts.”
“As you continue your practice of yoga and Nabhi Pose, allow your baby to take the lead in circling his arms, gradually giving him more and more independence.”
“The inner workings of the human mind, more than any ambiguity about the facts, explain why more and more parents were rushing to file claims in Vaccine Court at precisely the same time that scientists were growing more certain that vaccines did not cause autism.”
“As the economy gets worse, we're seeing more and more kids," said Beth Baldwin-Page, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Brattleboro.”
“According to Paul Lukas, writing in Fortune magazine, “on merchandise ranging from chocolate-covered raisins to toilet paper, more and more packages are now explicitly calling attention to themselves, as if to suggest that consumers are more interested in the packaging than in the product itself.””
“With the development of more and more high-speed aircraft such as the B-58 and B-70 that could fly at Mach 2 for extended periods of time, it was important to plan to pinpoint the vast geometric space necessary to test the data.”
“I started hanging out more and more with my friend Eric Escobedo, who was on the high school wrestling team.”
“In the end, our time is a fixed-size pie, and as we slice it more and more thinly, each slice becomes less satisfying.”
“Through continuous self-experimentation, I developed more and more stretches.”
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