OTHER WORDS FROM gradualismgrad·u·al·ist, noun, adjectivegrad·u·al·is·tic, adjective
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Despite the residual know-nothing-ism of recent years, this is exactly the proper moment for patience and gradualism in reopening sports, even outdoor events.Everyone has feelings about crowd size at ballgames. Let’s stick with facts.|Thomas M. Boswell|March 18, 2021|Washington Post
It also happened that the former Reform party accepted pragmatism and gradualism.
True conservatism is gradualism—the movement onward by slow, cautious, and firm steps—but still movement, and that onward.An Essay on Professional Ethics|George Sharswood
He was on the Fourth of July a firm and earnest believer in the equity and efficacy of gradualism.
The more he thought the less did gradualism seem defensible on moral grounds.
To admit the principle of gradualism was for Abolition to emasculate itself of its most virile quality.
Garrison, consequently rejected gradualism as a weapon, and took up instead the great and quickening doctrine of immediatism.