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Use "progressively" in a sentence
"Some chart watchers have been warning about a "rounded top," similar to a "head-and-shoulders" formation, both of which are characterized by progressively lower highs before the market takes a sharper turn down."
"As the dust settles on the conflict in South Ossetia – and as it vanishes progressively from the headlines in the Western press – one thing has become overwhelmingly clear."
"On the ground, what we see, progressively is the growing inability of government simply to govern, whether at local or national level, combined with a complete take-over by the apparatchik – rule by officials, whether at local, national or supranational level."