# exponential

[ek-spoh-nen-shuh l, -spuh-]

## Origin of exponential

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## Related Words for exponential

epidemic, aggressive, rampant, augmented, wanton, mounting, ascending, growing## Examples from the Web for exponential

### Contemporary Examples of exponential

The numbers are still small, but the growth has been exponential since the first atheist church service was held in January.

Yet the exponential decline in the cost means that the threat posed by the fabrication of lethal bio-pathogens is rising.

This trend will only make more sense as the exponential cost drop continues.

It has annual revenues exceeding $6 billion, an exponential improvement from the 1990s.

Every tiny ounce of pressure added has an exponential effect.

### Historical Examples of exponential

The energy it would receive from the Sun as it approached, an exponential curve.

The LeechPhillips Barbee

It multiplies and surges to its fulfillment at an exponential rate.

The Demi-UrgeThomas Michael Disch

The inevitable outcome is an exponential explosion in computing and networking power.

After the RainSam Vaknin

## exponential

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## exponential

[ĕk′spə-nĕn′shəl]

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