“The cumulative delay across the three sites totaled 999 days,” a Silverstein spokesman huffed in August.
The force of character,” Emerson observed, “is cumulative.
For football coaches, like chefs, copying is a central part of a process of incremental, cumulative innovation.
The cumulative actual audience more than a year later was recorded below the post: “42 VIEWS.”
Scientists have shown that the impact of repetitive concussions is cumulative--one builds on the other.
The spiritual evidence is cumulative; a series of cunningly worded affirmations, and lo!
Aunt Melissa had lashed herself into a cumulative passion of words.
Blake was not disturbed by this proof of the cumulative speed of falling bodies.
The evidence had been cumulative but was no longer questionable.
All the experiments of the series showed absence of cumulative action of caffein.
cumulative cu·mu·la·tive (kyōōm'yə-lā'tĭv, -yə-lə-tĭv)
Increasing or enlarging by successive addition.
Acquired by or resulting from accumulation.
Of or relating to the sum of the frequencies of experimentally determined values of a random variable that are less than or equal to a specified value.
Of or relating to experimental error that increases in magnitude with each successive measurement.