- 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.
Origin of cume
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Historical Examples of cume
When he smokes, he does it from vanity, to show his cume de mer pipe.The English Spy
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
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
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