Steadied Steadiness

Steadily

Meanings and phrases

steadily

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adv.
  1. at a steady rate or pace
  2. in a steady manner; steady

steadily increased

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E.g.
  • His output has steadily increased since then.
  • Viewership for "The Little Nyonya" steadily increased throughout its run.
  • In the months following its founding, the power of the Derg steadily increased.

grew steadily

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E.g.
  • Dalhousie grew steadily during the 20th century.
  • Ásatrú grew steadily in the United States during the 1960s.
  • Taylor's condition grew steadily worse, and she died in 1901.

steadily increasing

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E.g.
  • The school population has been steadily increasing.
  • This number has been steadily increasing since 2001 by 45%.
  • Afghanistan's trade with other countries is steadily increasing.

steadily declined

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E.g.
  • They steadily declined until the show was cancelled.
  • Since then, PPP's support has steadily declined.
  • Thereafter its importance steadily declined.

increased steadily

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E.g.
  • His fame has increased steadily since his death.
  • Duration of average schooling has increased steadily.
  • Prices and production increased steadily during the 1980s and 1990s.

grown steadily

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E.g.
  • During and after World War II, the city of Albuquerque has grown steadily.
  • Since 1950, sales have grown steadily, quadrupling in total to over 200 million bottles.

steadily growing

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E.g.
  • The size of the Korean hangover-release market is steadily growing.
  • Since the mid 90s Das Echo has earned a steadily growing number of subscriptions from the United States.
  • The Internet has become quite popular in Brazil, with steadily growing numbers of users as well as increased availability.

rose steadily

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E.g.
  • From 1860 onwards slate prices rose steadily.
  • Production rose steadily, from 19 features in 1977 to 125 in 1986.
  • The price rose steadily.

steadily grew

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E.g.
  • The popularity of sparkling Champagne steadily grew.
  • The asylum steadily grew, with more buildings were erected.
  • This ensemble in its earliest form steadily grew over the years.

steadily improved

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E.g.
  • Technology steadily improved during the 20th century, and more quickly with digital video.
  • Under his command the team, which had finished the 1997 campaign with a 3–13 record, steadily improved.
  • As West Germany's economy grew, and its standard of living steadily improved, many East Germans wanted to move to West Germany.

declined steadily

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E.g.
  • Kelly's health declined steadily in the late 1980s.
  • Between 1890 and 2001, churchgoing in the United Kingdom declined steadily.
  • Since then, the number of Myspace users has declined steadily in spite of several redesigns.

steadily through

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E.g.
  • Its popularity waned steadily through the 1950s.
  • The move paid off, as WEGX's ratings rose steadily through 1987, while WCAU-FM's fell.
  • The volume of lava erupted from Kūpaianahā declined steadily through 1991, and in early 1992, the vent died.
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