Definitions of "cumulative"
  1. Relating to a growth or increase that is achieved by continued, successive additions
  2. In the legal context, it refers to something that supports or substantiates the same argument or claim
  3. Describes something that happens or exists after a specific chronological order
How to use "cumulative" in a sentence
  1. The cumulative effect of the evidence was more than enough to convict the defendant.
  2. The jury considered the cumulative testimonies of all the witnesses before delivering their verdict.
  3. The cumulative penalties for the breaches of contract resulted in a significant sum.

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