Definition of In small stages

1. Adjective. One thing at a time.

Exact synonyms: Bit-by-bit, Piecemeal, Step-by-step, Stepwise
Similar to: Gradual



Lexicographical Neighbors of In Small Stages

in shape
in sheets
in shock
in short
in short order
in short supply
in shorter order
in shortest order
in sight
in silence
in silico
in situ
in situ hybridisation
in situ hybridization
in situ nucleic acid hybridization
in small stages (current term)
in so far
in so far as
in so many words
in some manner
in some respects
in some way
in someone's shoes
in someone's wheelhouse
in something's way
in sort
in spades
in specie
in spirit
in spite of

Literary usage of In small stages

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"Patients can be elevated in small stages using a tilt-table, and blood pressure can be monitored as they gradually adjust again to the vertical posture. ..."

2. The Elements of Electrical Engineering: A First Year's Course for Students by Tyson Sewell (1902)
"... we now decrease the mmf in small stages back to zero, measuring the density at each step as before, we find that the magnetisation does not fall as ..."

3. The Elements of Electrical Engineering: A First Year's Course for Students by Tyson Sewell (1902)
"... we now decrease the mmf in small stages back to zero, measuring the density at each step as before, we find that the magnetisation does not fall as ..."

4. A Treatise on Electricity by Frederick Bernard Pidduck (1916)
"A sliding potentiometer giving adjustment in small stages is found useful in experiments in electrostatics and in the conduction of electricity through ..."

5. Russia's New Era: Being Notes, Impressions and Experiences--personal by R. J. Barrett (1908)
"The entire cost of the system is estimated at 300000000 roubles, but, of course, it will have to be executed gradually in small stages. ..."

6. The Romance of Aeronautics: An Interesting Account of the Growth by Charles Cyril Turner (1912)
"... and from Amiens via Calais to Tilmanstone near Deal, ninety-five miles. The rest of the journey was completed in small stages at long intervals. ..."

7. Design and Analysis by Bernard Leupen, Christoph Grafe, Nicola Körnig, Marc Lampe, Peter De Zeeuw (1997)
"... were transformed into routes, and these were exploited in the new plan for Rome. Sixtus and his successors adopted a strategy in small stages. ..."

8. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"Patients can be elevated in small stages using a tilt-table, and blood pressure can be monitored as they gradually adjust again to the vertical posture. ..."

9. The Elements of Electrical Engineering: A First Year's Course for Students by Tyson Sewell (1902)
"... we now decrease the mmf in small stages back to zero, measuring the density at each step as before, we find that the magnetisation does not fall as ..."

10. The Elements of Electrical Engineering: A First Year's Course for Students by Tyson Sewell (1902)
"... we now decrease the mmf in small stages back to zero, measuring the density at each step as before, we find that the magnetisation does not fall as ..."

11. A Treatise on Electricity by Frederick Bernard Pidduck (1916)
"A sliding potentiometer giving adjustment in small stages is found useful in experiments in electrostatics and in the conduction of electricity through ..."

12. Russia's New Era: Being Notes, Impressions and Experiences--personal by R. J. Barrett (1908)
"The entire cost of the system is estimated at 300000000 roubles, but, of course, it will have to be executed gradually in small stages. ..."

13. The Romance of Aeronautics: An Interesting Account of the Growth by Charles Cyril Turner (1912)
"... and from Amiens via Calais to Tilmanstone near Deal, ninety-five miles. The rest of the journey was completed in small stages at long intervals. ..."

14. Design and Analysis by Bernard Leupen, Christoph Grafe, Nicola Körnig, Marc Lampe, Peter De Zeeuw (1997)
"... were transformed into routes, and these were exploited in the new plan for Rome. Sixtus and his successors adopted a strategy in small stages. ..."

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