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
Such outrage has been increasingly common in the course, Humanities 110, over the past 13 months.
Charbonnet struggled to describe pervious pavement, an increasingly common stormwater reduction tool that has been slow to catch on in New Orleans.
Microsoft unified its Windows development using a common operating system kernel and, increasingly, developer APIs across phones, tablets, laptops, desktop PCs, servers, and even the Xbox and HoloLens.
Its new owners, however, have begun a full-scale makeover to restore it to life as an upscale office building — an unusual but increasingly common decision among landlords in downtown’s Historic Core.
Today, however, the U.S. fleet increasingly relies on computers to calibrate, shift and even steer.
But even as those rumors were thoroughly, conclusively debunked, this false narrative was picked up in the algorithms that, increasingly, have come to define a person's public-facing identities.
EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Mostly cloudy, showers increasingly likely.
As the rate of female incarceration has risen by more than 700% in the past three decades, according to The New York Times, children are increasingly likely to be separated from their primary caregivers.
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