by a series of increases or additions: Salary for this position starts at $50,338, rising incrementally to $54,113 per annum.Instruments are incrementally added to the song to build up and fill out the chords.
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How to use incrementally in a sentence
Apple has made incremental but consistent progress in diversifying its workforce.Exclusive: Apple hires Intel’s Barbara Whye as its new head of diversity | Michal Lev-Ram, writer | November 19, 2020 | Fortune
It’s easier to prove the incremental reach and efficacy of the media and it’s easier to funnel insights back into the campaign to make an investment work even harder next time.OTT, CTV, linear TV and digital video: How video can be managed in one place | Samsung Ads | November 18, 2020 | Digiday
There’s been incremental support for more infill development.
To help keep Nikic motivated and in acknowledgment of the fact that “Chris doesn’t like pain,” his father said he devised a “1 percent plan” that called for incremental but regular improvement.Trailblazing triathlete isn’t letting Down syndrome prevent him from becoming an Ironman | Des Bieler | November 10, 2020 | Washington Post
There’s a real focus in those briefs on accountability and proving that the media bought is going to deliver incremental value.
MEGAN: I get conflicting stories about whether battery cost is falling a great deal, or only slowly and incrementally improving.Electric Vehicles May Be the Green Car of the Future, But Hybrids Are the Green Car of the Present | Megan McArdle | January 24, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Public coffers have been receiving incrementally more payroll taxes, property taxes, corporate income taxes, and sales taxes.
American courts are at last, finally, coming up with sane solutions … but oh so slowly and incrementally.Whitney Houston Death: How Sane Drug Laws May Have Prevented It | Mansfield Frazier | February 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
These hackers have incrementally more powerful computers, but what are they doing?Who Is Behind Cyberattacks on Israel’s Airline and Banks? | Eli Lake | January 18, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
How do things change—if they change—incrementally, over time?
incrementally, reason trickled back into my mind, and with it came ire.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom | Cory Doctorow