accumulative

[adj] - increasing by successive addition 2. [adj] - marked by acquiring or amassing
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Accumulative

Ac·cu'mu·la·tive adjective Characterized by accumulation; serving to collect or amass; cumulative; additional. -- Ac*cu'mu*la*tive*ly , adverb -- Ac*cu'mu*la*tive*ness , noun
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accumulative

cumulative adjective increasing by successive addition; `the benefits are cumulative`; `the eventual accumulative effect of these substances`
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accumulative

adjective marked by acquiring or amassing; `we live in an accumulative society`
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Accumulative

• (a.) Characterized by accumulation; serving to collect or amass; cumulative; additional.
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accumulative

accumulative Tending to gather or to collect things.
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