Cumulative

Cumulative,

Definition of Cumulative:

  1. Increasing or increased in quantity, degree, or force by successive additions.

  2. Increasing by successive additions over a period.

Synonyms of Cumulative

Increasing, Accumulative, Accumulating, Growing, Progressive, Accruing, Snowballing, Mounting, Absolute, Accumulated, Accumulative, Additional, Additive, Additory, Adducible, Admissible, Advancing, Amassed, Attestative, Attestive, Authentic, Based on, Certain, Chain, Circumstantial, Conclusive, Convincing, Damning, Decisive, Determinative, Documentary, Documented, Evidential, Evidentiary, Ex parte, Eye-witness, Factual, Final, Firsthand, Founded on, Grounded on, Hearsay, Heightening, Implicit, Incontrovertible, Increasing, Indicative, Indisputable, Intensifying, Irrefutable, Irresistible, Magnifying, Material, Multiplying, Nuncupative, Overall, Overwhelming, Presumptive, Probative, Reliable, Significant, Snowballing, Suggestive, Summational, Summative, Sure, Symptomatic, Telling, Total, Valid, Weighty

How to use Cumulative in a sentence?

  1. The cumulative effect of two years of drought.

Meaning of Cumulative & Cumulative Definition