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Belief in or advocacy of change by degrees; gradualism.
- ‘The steady incrementalism of this advance may be less spectacular, but it feels more solid.’
- ‘The signature aspect of the current president is his belief that incrementalism is bunk.’
- ‘There is no acceptance of the need for incrementalism that all of politics is based upon.’
- ‘But incrementalism in wartime when our national survival may be at stake is unacceptable.’
- ‘So to the citizens of Vancouver; good luck in your endeavour and kudos for daring to think big in an age of incrementalism.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.