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  • adverb In an ascending manner.

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Examples

  • His poems – scrupulous, precise and ascendingly lovely – are true and wise: they speak to us of the big things, of birth, marriage and, above all, death.

    In search of the real Philip Larkin

  • His pyramidal image of a set of norms linked ascendingly to a basic norm reveals the essentially common features of the legislative and judicial roles, for both judge and legislator are creating new legal norms while at the same time drawing upon and applying superior norms which confer validity upon their actions.

    CONCEPT OF LAW

  • His pyramidal image of a set of norms linked ascendingly to a basic norm reveals the essentially common features of the legislative and judicial roles, for both judge and legislator are creating new legal norms while at the same time drawing upon and applying superior norms which confer validity upon their actions.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • _This neighbor's own opinion has, in like manner, been adopted from one above him, and so, ascendingly, to a few gifted individuals who kneel around the summit, beholding, face to face, the master spirit who stands upon the pinnacle.

    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 5

  • · The generated code allows users to sort data by any field ascendingly or descendingly.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • His poems - scrupulous, precise and ascendingly lovely - are true and wise: they speak to us of the big things, of birth, marriage and, above all, death.

    RosieBell

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