from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to progression, advance, or improvement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to progression; tending to, or capable of, progress.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to
progression; tending to, or capable of, progress.
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Let the tax become suddenly what it unquestionably must sometime be, -- namely, the proportional (or progressional, which is the same thing) contribution of each producer to the public expenses, and straightway rent and profit are confiscated everywhere for the benefit of the State; labor is stripped of the fruits of its toil; each individual being reduced to the proper allowance of fifty-six and a half centimes, poverty becomes general; the compact formed between labor and capital is dissolved, and society, deprived of its rudder, drifts back to its original state.
Or, as Sarah Palin would say, "Congress is doin 'that progressin', and also progressifyin 'the progressional nature of healthcare reform."
Which I think are nice, but maybe common, progressional tales for a character.
And I think he understands that it's important to take a progressional step towards trying to have more help for more people in a way that's responsible, prudent, and makes common sense.
It is the heaviest stone that melancholy can throw at a man, to tell him he is at the end of his nature; or that there is no further state to come, unto which this seems progressional, and otherwise made in vain.
I could agree with your progressional logic up until here.
Another possible experiment is to monitor the progressional expression of two or more genes, which would be very useful in developmental studies.
England Colonies dipped into, with the view of showing the progressional resemblance between that country which is now the United
Anthony -- please notice the "B" -- and Cady Stanton, besides a host of other strenuous assertors of "woman's rights" and male wrongs -- in respect of petticoat government, "free love," and various similar amiable, progressional theories that mark the advancement of our
On the other hand, Lyell, although he strongly opposed the ideas of Lamarck and some curious notions of progressional creation due to the great Agassiz, had prepared the way for Darwin by his advocacy of natural causes and slow changes in opposition to the catastrophic and miraculous views in vogue.