Definition of Degressively

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degressively

degree of a term
degree of freedom
degree of glory
degree of ionization
degree program
degreed
degreeless
degreelessness
degrees
degrees Celsius
degrees Fahrenheit
degrees Kelvin
degrees of comparison
degrees of freedom
degressive
degressively (current term)
degringolade
degringolades
degroup
degrouped
degrouping
degroups
degrowth
degs
degu
deguelin
degum
degummed
degumming
degums

Literary usage of Degressively

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1. Principles of Justice in Taxation by Stephen Francis Weston (1903)
"... or socialistic societies, we have left the possibilities that ability varies regressively, proportionally, progressively, or degressively with income. ..."

2. Progressive Taxation in Theory and Practice by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1909)
"The ideal must be a degressively progressive tax.15 While most of the minor German writers have followed Neumann's reasoning, the authors of two widely read ..."

3. Artillery Through the Ages: A Short Illustrated History of Cannon by Albert C. Manucy (1994)
"... burns progressively Slivers burn degressively, are .. not entirely effective m. FIGURE 20—MODERN CANNON POWDER. A powder grain has the characteristics ..."

4. The Elements of Politics by Henry Sidgwick (1891)
"This leads to " degressively" graduated taxation ; which, in the case of the poor, should mainly take the form of taxation of non-necessary consumption. ..."

5. 50 Years of Transport Research by ECMT Staff (2005)
"... given the volume of vulnerable road user traffic (Mi or M2), the number of accidents (Xi or X2) is increasing degressively with increases in the motor ..."

6. OECD Economic Surveys: Belgium by OECD Staff, Oecd (2005)
"... the flat-rate reduction is set at € 95 per month and applied degressively on salaries up to € 1 509.17. This measure will affect 630 000 wage earners. ..."

7. Competition Policy in OECD Countries, 1993-1994 (1997)
"In such cases. protective instruments are applied temporarily and degressively. The Antimonopoly Act in Poland is constantly being improved by adapting it ..."

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