cronnol, gronnol, chronnol, nghronnol
Adjective(1) increasing by successive addition(2) marked by acquiring or amassing
(1) And what they're responding to is the accumulative effect.(2) None of the unruly activities in themselves would be regarded as seriously criminal, but their accumulative effect is having a real impact on the usage of the community building, and may even threaten its future survival.(3) The little village is at the heart of the all-conquering green and gold wearers, and with the accumulative passion and strength of all the scattered little townlands and parishes, the power of the Kingdom is a cut above all the rest.(4) A Portarlington car-dealer, who put Irish number plates on a car he had imported from the UK for retail, was fined an accumulative sum of Ôö¼├║1,600 at the local district court on Tuesday, December 5.(5) Is there an accumulative good effect or gradual nullification over time?(6) I was reading the Guinness Book of Records one day and thought I could set a new accumulative bench press record, but it's unbelievably hard.(7) Pollutants are everywhere and their effects are accumulative .(8) He says by creating drugs to replicate the effect, it will take longer for the accumulative damage caused by free radicals to occur.(9) His renal system, in addition to being weakened from the accumulative effect of many infections, also suffered from his overuse of alcohol.(10) A Carlow man was fined an accumulative sum of Ôö¼├║150 for failing to have a tachograph on his lorry and having no tax displayed on his vehicle.(11) However, she died due to the accumulative effect of anorexia on her body.(12) He said: ├ö├ç├┐The number keeps going up because the list is accumulative - new names are added while the old ones remain.├ö├ç├û(13) The Port River has been the repository of industrial waste for over a hundred years and the accumulative effect on local flora and fauna has been disastrous.(14) Not emphasized, however, was the mottled, hardening effect of any fluorides on teeth or the possible accumulative long-term effect of such additions.(15) He pointed out that the 10m deficit was the accumulative effect of expenditure exceeding income on important projects over the past few years.(16) Pseudoscience is ├ö├ç├┐fixed├ö├ç├û or ├ö├ç├┐closed├ö├ç├û rather than accumulative and progressive; its statements are not changed to agree with new evidence.
(1) accumulative :: cronnol
1. cumulative ::
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