|become apparent to, gradually become pleasing to||grow on|
|ability to last, act of wearing, be dressed in (clothes, shoes, jewelry, glasses, etc.); lose quality gradually; be used up; end; be preserved, remain intact, bring a ship about, clothing of a particular kind (i.e. sportswear, eveningwear); erosion, co...||wear|
|able to be seen, can be clearly seen; in view, observable; obvious, apparent, designed to keep something in view, detectable, in sight, often seen publicly||visible|
|able to eat away, able to cause corrosion; destructive, causing deterioration; sarcastic, biting, caustic, destroying gradually, destructive substance, progressively destructive, substance which has the power to corrode (i.e. acid or drug), very sarcastic||corrosive|
|absence of everything, complete worthlessness, lack of apparent meaning, somebody or something completely worthless, state of being nothing; oblivion; lack of meaning; absence of all things; vacuum||nothingness|
|accomplished bit by bit, occurring slowly, done part by part, gradually, bit by bit; into pieces, into fragments, in parts||piecemeal|
|according to an unchanging quality, at a particular part, at that place, away or aside, before long; secondary issue; draw, before that time, bye, differing in the amount of, during, from the hand of, from the mind of; with; on, gradually, in amounts o...||by|
|accumulate somewhere, ask for donations, bring things together, fetch and bring somebody or something, gather; take payments (of money); assemble, get control of yourself, get money from something, gradually assemble, having the receiver pay the charge...||collect|
|achieve greater social prominence, appear over horizon, appearance above horizon, ascend, be built, be resurrected, become apparent, become erect, become larger and puffier, become mentally more intense, distance between crotch and waist, end a meeting...||rise|
|act of ascending; ascent; something which can be climbed (hill, rise), act of climbing, go up; slope upward; gradually move upward, be a mountaineer, go up using hands and feet, grow clingingly upward, hill or mountain, move higher socially, move with ...||climb|
|act of flowing in thin stream, flow slowly in a thin stream, move slowly or gradually, thin slow flow, slow movement, to flow in a thin gentle stream; flow by dripping; move slowly||trickle|
|act of magnifying, state of being magnified; process of enlarging; something which has been enlarged, degree of enlargement, enlarged copy of something, growth in importance, increasing of actual size, increasing of apparent size, ratio||magnification|
|act of moving by turning over and over; act of curling up; act of winding up; perilous action of throwing heavy items from the rear of a moving car, extremely, gradually developing, reverberating, rich, rotating, turning over and over; curling, undulating||rolling|
|act of nibbling, bite playfully and caressingly, chew delicately; take small fast bites; bite gently and playfully, eat something daintily or cautiously, expression of mild interest, reduce gradually, show mild interest, small morsel of food; small qui...||nibble|
|act of pleasing or satisfying, satisfaction, fulfillment; pleasure, something satisfying, tip||gratification|
|act or instance of putting something on (i.e. clothing, jewelry, etc.); act or instance of being gradually worn down from continual use, made to be worn, tiring||wearing|
|act out something, end, finish playing something, let something out gradually||play out|
|act threateningly, be shown reared up in profile, build something with a slope, curved bend in a handrail, embankment, levee; sloping surface which connects two levels; frenzy, rampage, increment something gradually, movable stairs, move violently or t...||ramp|
|add something gradually, arrange to include something, insert, inlay||work in|
|added to next payment, consecutive, created by gradual additions, entitling shareholder to claim dividend arrears, gradually building up, including all given values of variable, increasing with successive measurements, accruing, snowballing, more sever...||cumulative|
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