- v. present participle of progress.
“If we are honest with ourselves, we see that a nation which was once free, prosperous and progressing, is now regressing into something which would make all our founding fathers role over in their graves.”
“In my opinion, that's the exact opposite of the definition of progressing and growing.”
“Why does she tumble during a finish of a fool around after display such bomb strength of will in progressing scenes?”
“Macbeth, a Vice Dean declared, is right widely separated unconditionally a cruel killer, all a time abusing his subjects rsther than than safeguarding them as Duncan did, with roughly none of a pangs of demur he felt so strenuously in progressing scenes.”
“The only thing inhibiting him from progressing is a steadfast determination to become famous and live a Hollywood lifestyle.”
“You make a good argument for progressing from the BB gun to the .22, then to the .410 and beyond.”
“Journalistic Doppler (n): The phenomenon by which an article, especially one written rapidly about a complex topic, changes dramatically in style and pace as the author approaches deadline and/or word limit, progressing from a leisurely, relatively crafted opening to a dense core-dump of every idea or datum that seems relevant.”
““It is necessary to examine government policy which may not have been helpful in progressing the “road map” and seems to have taken us back to death, pain and sorrow,” Mr Bronfman said”
“And progressing is what I like doing, no matter what the pace.”
“But infidelity hath been, for almost an equal term progressing, and already stalks out to public view: Yea, it vaunts with shameless pride, as though sure of victory.”
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