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  • cumulatively — cumulative ► ADJECTIVE ▪ increasing or increased by successive additions. DERIVATIVES cumulatively adverb …   English terms dictionary

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  • cumulatively — adv. in a cumulative manner (increasing by successive additions, collective) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cumulatively — cu·mu·la·tive·ly …   English syllables

  • cumulatively — See: cumulative …   English dictionary

  • cumulative — cumulatively, adv. cumulativeness, n. /kyooh myeuh leuh tiv, lay tiv/, adj. 1. increasing or growing by accumulation or successive additions: the cumulative effect of one rejection after another. 2. formed by or resulting from accumulation or the …   Universalium

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