Examples of increasingly in a Sentence
People are becoming increasingly aware of this problem.
Increasingly, scientists are questioning the data.
The situation grew increasingly hopeless.
Recent Examples of increasingly from the Web
In recent days, the administration has acted aggressively to enact its tough immigration agenda and the human consequences of Trump's earlier executive orders become increasingly clear.
Sheila Patel, CEO of International Goldman Sachs Asset Management, said the financial sector is increasingly on board with this mission.
Now, schools and governments are increasingly using the play as a teaching tool for a generation of Muslim youth in Europe who have come of age in a time of terrorism, war and mass migration.
As the summer transfer window rumbles on, one player looks increasingly likely to be playing is football at a different club next season: namely, Manchester United forward Anthony Martial.
Most activity will be centered along Madison Street in the area that's increasingly known as the theater district.
But increasingly, advocates and Native rights groups are working to boost voter turnout.
In election after election, whether primary contests or special elections, women have provided energy at the ballot box and, increasingly, the leadership as candidates for the Democrats.
The synthetic opiate has been, increasingly, dropped into stimulant drugs as well as heroin and other opioids.
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Definition of increasingly for English Language Learners
: more and more : to an increasing degree
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