- cumulative/accumulated audience: the number of people reached by an advertising or broadcasting medium over a specified period of time: The station has a weekly cume of 5.5 million.
- the cumulative gross earnings from a movie, album, etc.: the cume for the Star Wars franchise.
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Examples from the Web for cume
I mean not to cume away, as they say I will, for feare of a marriage and I know not what.Great Ralegh|Hugh De Selincourt
In 48/314, cume to bote has a more general sense of, find pardon.
Co si sunt deus leveres nurit en ma meisun, cume cisne sunt blauns (Horn, 613 f.).The Master of Game|Second Duke of York, Edward
When he smokes, he does it from vanity, to show his cume de mer pipe.The English Spy|Bernard Blackmantle
An now, my belobbed brederen, lets in terwestigate how tar git bale; how to avoid de Sing Sing ob de world wot's got to cume.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States|Work Projects Administration