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Definition of "gradualness" [grad•u•al•ness]

  • The condition of being gradual (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "gradualness" in a sentence
  • "In response to a question on the mannerism of good counsel, Faraz Rabbani, a leading scholar of Islam, wrote: "Our age is an age where the Prophetic mercy, gentleness, gradualness, and wisdom need to predominate and condition any "promotion" of both virtue and law.""
  • "Turning to Christianity, Wright again emphasizes the Darwinian gradualness of the evolution of this new religion."
  • "He followed the advance of the railways that abbreviated time and conquered space as they unified America, but he knew that these technological changes had been anticipated, with epochal gradualness, by nature itself."