- grade cricket,
- grade crossing,
- grade i astrocytoma,
- grade ii astrocytoma
Origin of gradation
Examples from the Web for gradational
It was easier to remain incredulous notwithstanding the gradational distinctness of the whispers.The Tragic Comedians, Complete|George Meredith
1530s, "climax," from Middle French gradation (16c.) and directly from Latin gradationem (nominative gradatio) "ascent by steps, a climax," noun of action from gradus "step, degree" (see grade). Meaning "gradual change" is from 1540s. Related: Gradational.