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Increasingly

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increasingly

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adv.
  1. advancing in amount or intensity; progressively; more and more

became increasingly

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E.g.
  • Offscreen, in 1977, Jim became increasingly violent.
  • Daimler's problems became increasingly obvious.
  • It became increasingly pro-Beijing after 1997.

become increasingly

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  • We will become increasingly distanced from history.
  • The income from tourism has become increasingly important.
  • Local have become increasingly important.

becoming increasingly

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  • Internet cafes are also becoming increasingly common.
  • Literature by this time was becoming increasingly popular.
  • Internment was becoming increasingly difficult to support.

increasingly popular

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E.g.
  • It is increasingly popular by other groups of people.
  • Mashup videos are increasingly popular online.
  • In the 1990s, fat feminism became increasingly popular.

becomes increasingly

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E.g.
  • With each loop, he becomes increasingly skilled in combat.
  • Reliable identification becomes increasingly difficult as time passes.
  • Family life becomes increasingly mundane as he begins to seek something more.

increasingly difficult

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  • Internment was becoming increasingly difficult to support.
  • Reliable identification becomes increasingly difficult as time passes.
  • The following decade, the team played an increasingly difficult and farther afield schedule.

increasingly important

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  • The income from tourism has become increasingly important.
  • Local have become increasingly important.
  • TV work became increasingly important to him from the mid-60s.

increasingly common

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  • Internet cafes are also becoming increasingly common.
  • Unsewn binding, is now increasingly common.
  • Water filtration devices are becoming increasingly common in households.

increasingly used

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  • However, a gender-independent article is increasingly used.
  • Private vehicles are increasingly used as a means of transport.
  • Αὐτοκράτωρ) was increasingly used.

grew increasingly

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  • Higgins grew increasingly nervous as the count continued.
  • As the parties grew increasingly quarrelsome, Richard dissolved it.
  • He grew increasingly annoyed that McKechnie ignored most of his advice.

increasingly more

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  • Sparta used increasingly more of their products on its bicycles.
  • The general applicant pool has become increasingly more competitive.
  • As bonding becomes increasingly more ionic, these states can even act as dopants.

increasingly involved

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  • He also became increasingly involved in nationalist politics.
  • As the fighting continued, the Yen family became increasingly involved.
  • Over this time he became increasingly involved in college administration.

increasingly complex

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  • Tension continues building as this thematic dialogue becomes increasingly complex.
  • Bell Labs also introduced a series of increasingly complex calculators through the decade.
  • After obtaining "Cold Iron", players progress through a series of increasingly complex duels.

increasingly concerned

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  • Reitell became increasingly concerned and telephoned Feltenstein for advice.
  • His father (Ludwig Donath) becomes increasingly concerned about his frivolous lifestyle.
  • Some code officials are becoming increasingly concerned with the fire performance of WPCs.

became increasingly popular

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E.g.
  • In the 1990s, fat feminism became increasingly popular.
  • In the 2010s, public progressive schools became increasingly popular.
  • Artificial trees became increasingly popular during the late 20th century.

increasingly interested

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  • Holly became increasingly interested in the New York music, recording, and publishing scene.
  • Poulson was increasingly interested in obtaining commissions outside Britain in the mid-1960s.
  • He became increasingly interested with the surrounding atheism but was curious about Christianity.

become increasingly popular

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  • Since the late 1970s, cult films have become increasingly popular.
  • Outside the U.S., Winfrey has become increasingly popular in the Arab world.
  • Cross-stitch has become increasingly popular with the younger generation of Europe in recent years.

increasingly rare

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  • It is also home to the increasingly rare Skylark.
  • Film showings became increasingly rare.
  • It cannot be found in Austria and is increasingly rare in Germany.

increasingly became

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  • Sinatra increasingly became involved in charitable pursuits in this period.
  • In the early 1970s, NUSAS increasingly became informed by Western Marxist ideas.
  • Penguilly L'Haridon increasingly became interested in combining history with science.

increasingly large

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  • He started working on shaped canvases and opted for increasingly large formats.
  • As speeds approach the speed of light, relativistic effects become increasingly large.
  • The contest attracts competitors from all over the world, and an increasingly large number of spectators.

becoming increasingly popular

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E.g.
  • Literature by this time was becoming increasingly popular.
  • Christmas is not a national holiday but is becoming increasingly popular in Vietnam.
  • The routes are becoming increasingly popular over flying, especially on the LAX-SFO route.

increasingly frustrated

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  • Al speaks to Birdy at length, but grows increasingly frustrated by his lack of response.
  • Downs soon lost the radio show and grew increasingly frustrated and bitter with management.
  • Leila finds her sexual world more and more unsatisfying and becomes increasingly frustrated.

became increasingly involved

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E.g.
  • He also became increasingly involved in nationalist politics.
  • As the fighting continued, the Yen family became increasingly involved.
  • Over this time he became increasingly involved in college administration.

increasingly focused

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  • Since 2012, Bunting has increasingly focused on politics.
  • US policy increasingly focused on supporting Kurdish-led forces against ISIL.
  • The band became increasingly focused on the release of a new album during 2007.

increasingly powerful

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  • Trujillo's increasingly powerful military withstood a series of invasion attempts by leftist Dominican exiles.
  • The CCBA board of directors became increasingly powerful as it consisted of wealthy merchants and businessmen.
  • Poland refused, as the alliance was quickly becoming a sphere of influence for an increasingly powerful Germany.

became increasingly important

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  • TV work became increasingly important to him from the mid-60s.
  • Dramatic and emotional intensity, as conveyed through music, became increasingly important.
  • After World War II ended, tourism became increasingly important and let the village thrive.

became increasingly difficult

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E.g.
  • From this point on, it became increasingly difficult for the imperial government to control Erzhu Rong.
  • Internal movement within the Confederacy became increasingly difficult, weakening its economy and limiting army mobility.
  • Towards the end of August, as the weather grew colder and travel became increasingly difficult, Nansen decided to camp for the winter.

became an increasingly

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  • Out migration became an increasingly necessary option.
  • During this time, it became an increasingly well-known and respected journal.
  • The Old Town became an increasingly dilapidated, overcrowded slum with high mortality rates.

increasingly hostile

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  • In the increasingly hostile environment, Napoleon ordered D'Armagnac to take over the city.
  • Ella starts to think that Kate is not treating Gabriel the way she should and becomes increasingly hostile towards Kate.
  • Spock uncharacteristically accepts this and becomes increasingly hostile to McCoy's continued desire to return to the present.

increasingly becoming

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  • Brussels is also increasingly becoming multilingual.
  • This is increasingly becoming a major tourist attraction for the area.
  • Cycling is increasingly becoming a touristic and (at least local) economic factor in the 2010s.

increasingly violent

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E.g.
  • Offscreen, in 1977, Jim became increasingly violent.
  • It also became increasingly violent.
  • Ruffin became increasingly violent towards Terrell as his drug abuse worsened.

increasingly unpopular

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  • Smith said that advising clients "to do what I believe is right for them" was becoming increasingly unpopular.
  • During and after the Civil War, Democrats and anti-war Republicans became increasingly unpopular in Massachusetts.
  • The war was also becoming increasingly unpopular, and the Sprigg government was replaced by the Thomas Scanlen government.

grows increasingly

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  • The plot, from here on in, grows increasingly erratic.
  • Ilinicha for her part grows increasingly mad waiting for news of Gregor.
  • Dan Lavette grows increasingly wealthy, but his happiness is short-lived.

became increasingly interested

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E.g.
  • Holly became increasingly interested in the New York music, recording, and publishing scene.
  • He became increasingly interested with the surrounding atheism but was curious about Christianity.
  • She worked in the cardroom for eighteen years, and became increasingly interested in trade unionism.

increasingly active

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  • He participated in the movement during the 1930s as it became increasingly active against the NSDAP.
  • During their marriage, both Mary Converse and her husband became increasingly active in civic and philanthropic activities.
  • Private funding sources such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation are becoming major players, and civil society groups are increasingly active.

increasingly isolated

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  • In addition to his alcoholism, Chapman became increasingly isolated, suffering from loneliness and depression.
  • His influence and moral authority for the West diminished as he became increasingly isolated and critical of Western individualism.
  • Although he continued to be lauded for his work, Einstein became increasingly isolated in his research, and his efforts were ultimately unsuccessful.

increasingly sophisticated

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  • The equipment for such sports has become increasingly sophisticated.
  • Home theatre systems became increasingly sophisticated, as did some of the special edition DVDs designed to be shown on them.
  • Critics generally agreed that Presley had acquired a "deeper, harder voice quality", and said his interpretations were "increasingly sophisticated".

growing increasingly

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  • However, many of his players were growing increasingly disgruntled with his coaching style.
  • Those who own property along the path of the Capital Beltway HOT Lanes are growing increasingly agitated with the project.
  • A new generation of Greek politicians was growing increasingly intolerant of King Otto's continuing interference in government.

become an increasingly

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  • Autobiography has become an increasingly popular and widely accessible form.
  • Bosnia has also become an increasingly popular skiing and Ecotourism destination.
  • Overseas aid has become an increasingly important tool for Brazil's foreign policy.

increasingly critical

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  • However, the situation of the besieged became increasingly critical.
  • Loganathan was increasingly critical of the LTTE on human rights grounds.
  • By the August 1920 UNIA convention, Harrison had grown increasingly critical of Garvey.

increasingly clear

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  • Lenny is awed by their son who, it becomes increasingly clear, is a gifted child.
  • His antagonism with the Gang of Four became increasingly clear, and Mao seemed to sway in the Gang's favour.
  • By the mid-20th century, it was increasingly clear to historians that the notion of "changeless China" was untenable.
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