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cumulative
"increasing, as in force, by successive additions e.g. (Scientific knowledge is not absolute, but ……... in that new facts are constantly being added while old facts are discarded.)"
archive
the documents showing the history of a place, organization, or family, or the place where these are kept.
residual
remaining after a process has been completed or something has been removed
buffer
"something serving to separate two items; something acting as a cushion e.g. (Georgia was valued by the British as a …….. zone to protect the highly valuedCarolinas against attack from the Spanish in Florida and the French in Louisiana.)"
assert
to state (something) in a strong and definite way: to put into words positively and with conviction
induction
the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office
voyage
a course or period of traveling by other than land routes e.g. (Henry sent out more than 50 expeditions but went on none of these ……..s himself.)
demise
a cessation of existence or activity / the end of something that used to exist
idle
not working, active, or being used e.g. (the ….. rich) / not having any real purpose or value (…... rumors/gossip)
contention
anger and disagreement e.g. (an issue that is still in ........ [=that is still being argued about])
comprise
to be made up of (something) e.g. (Each army division .......d 4,500 troops.) / to make up or form (something) e.g. (Nine players ......... [=make up] a baseball team.)
particle
A minute portion of matter.
ongoing
actually in process, continuing, progressing e.g. (One should never trust a single information source–stability evaluation is an ……...process.)
alteration
the act, process, or result of changing or altering something
mock
not based on real or honest feelings / done or performed to look like the real thing e.g (Two boys started a ...... [=simulated] fight in the hallway.)
utter
complete and total e.g (The situation descended into ……. chaos.)
upgrade
"to raise the quality of e.g. (America's Bicentennial gift from the people of West Germany, the Einstein Planetarium has been ………d to include a first-of-its-kind, Sky Vision™ dual digital projection system and six-channel digital surround sound.)"
tempting
Appealing to or attracting someone, even if wrong or inadvisable.
delta
the alluvial deposit at the mouth of a river / / an area of land, shaped like a triangle, where a river has split into several smaller rivers before entering the sea
peg
to fasten (something) with pegs e.g. (She was outside .... the laundry to the clothesline.)
drastic
extreme in effect or action e.g. (The situation calls for …….. measures/action.)
susceptible
capable of being affected by a specified action or process— + of e.g. (a contract that is ……... of modification [=a contract that can be modified])
disclose
to make (something) known to the public e.g. (The identity of the victim has not yet been ……..d.)
fountain
jet or jets of water made to spout for ornamental purposes or for drinking e.g. (Water is important for firefighting and for filling ………..s and swimming pools.)
flourish
improving, growing, or succeeding steadily e.g. (J.C. Penny started a ……...ing business in which he offered customers retail products at wholesale prices.)