Yet each new book has a print run of 25,000 and, cumulatively, the books have sold more than 200 million copies.
However, a series of “moderately problematic” provocations can, cumulatively, become a real crisis.
Two years of war had cumulatively desensitized them to thrills.
cumulatively upon these conditions of despair, she began to wonder what the deuce this bally coot meant to do with her!
Swiftly, cumulatively as with every intense nature impressions reproduce, this one augmented.
The criteria are primarily of versification; then, successively and cumulatively, of diction and mental habit.
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.