Definition of Increments

1. Noun. (plural of increment) ¹



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Definition of Increments

1. increment [n] - See also: increment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Increments

incremental
incremental backup
incremental cost
incremental energy costs
incremental lines
incremental lines of von Ebner
incrementalism
incrementalisms
incrementalist
incrementalists
incrementality
incrementally
incrementation
incremented
incrementing
increments (current term)
increpation
increpations
increscent
increscents
increst
incrested
incresting
incrests
incretin
incretins
incretion
incretions
incriminate
incriminated

Literary usage of Increments

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1. The Works of George Berkeley ...: Including His Posthumous Works; with by George Berkeley (1901)
"To others it may possibly seem that we should form a juster idea of fluxions by assuming the finite, unequal, isochronal increments KL, LM, MN, &c., ..."

2. A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges by Albert Harkness (1892)
"I, usually SHORT in the increments of conjugation, is LONG, except before a vowel— 1. In the first increment of Conjugation IV., except imus of the Perfect ..."

3. A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges by Albert Harkness (1881)
"In the increments of Conjugation (583), a, e, and о are long ; i and u short ... I. A, usually LONO in the increments of conjugation, is SHORT in the first ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1817)
"The method of increments, as well as the method of fluxions, is a native of our own soil: but, like the latter, it has been neglected by Englishmen. ..."

5. A Complete Latin Grammar by Albert Harkness (1898)
"QUANTITY IN increments 702. A word is said to increase in declension, when it has in any case more syllables than in the Nominative singular, and to have as ..."

6. Topics in Statistical Dependence by Henry W. Block, Allan R. Sampson, Thomas H. Savits (1990)
"A stochastic process X(t) is said to have associated increments if for each t, X(t) and the increments of the process in (t, oo) are associated. ..."

7. Food Ingestion and Energy Transformations: With Special Reference to the by Francis Gano Benedict, Thorne Martin Carpenter (1918)
"Comparing particularly the increments forthe 100-gram amounts, we see that the differences in the average total increments in the carbon- dioxide production ..."

8. The Law of Riparian Rights, Alluvion and Fishery: With Introductory Lectures by Lal Mohun Doss (1891)
"The Secretary of State for India—Settlement of alluvial increments with itai to be made by Government—Provisions of Act IX of ..."

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