cumulatively

All Adverb
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  • In other words, the judge usually awards the winning team cumulatively higher speaker points than the losing team.
  • It must be clear that all the tax rates described are cumulatively applied, one on top of the other.
  • Cumulatively, the first season had a run-time of more than 46 minutes.
  • To offset the advantage of first play, each player receives cumulatively more money during the initial turn.
  • The climate change is caused cumulatively and today's emissions will effect for decades forward.
  • Cumulatively, each episode is twenty-two minutes in length, which amounts to roughly seven minutes per segment.
  • The climate change is caused cumulatively and today's emissions will have effect for decades forward.
  • Canada has also played an important role in UN peacekeeping operations worldwide and has cumulatively committed more troops than any other country.
  • Cumulatively among all of its sports, Parkland has secured nine Pennsylvania state championship titles.
  • They were under pressure with their last two albums cumulatively selling almost 30 million copies worldwide.
  • All these factors cumulatively keep the local people in a vicious cycle of poverty.
  • In other words, do people process group members identities cumulatively/additively?
  • For 1993 as a whole, the film worldwide would cumulatively rank at a box office performance position of twenty three.
  • Canada has also played an important role in United Nations peacekeeping operations worldwide and has cumulatively committed more troops than any other country.
  • If added cumulatively, by the end of the song, the recipient has been given 22.
  • Network members may cumulatively have hundreds of offices.
  • Both men were found guilty, and the court ordered that the sentences for each charge must be served cumulatively, rather than concurrently.
  • Cumulatively their papers give a good picture of the coal trade as carried on by canal and the changeover to rail.
  • The water table of the area is as low as 250 ft. slowly and cumulatively each year.
  • The administration by his five sons was cumulatively known as Panchpana.
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Meaning of cumulatively

  • adverb In a cumulative manner
    mind has become self-reproducing through man's capacity to transmit experience and its products cumulatively