progressive


progressive
pro·gres·sive adj: increasing in rate as the base increases
a progressive tax

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

progressive
I (advocating change) adjective advanced, corrective, emendatory, enterprising, forward looking, improvement-minded, liberal, modern, open-minded, reformational, reformative, reformatory, remedial, up to date II (going forward) adjective advancing, consecutive, continuous, dynamic, endless, forward, forward moving, growing, moving, ongoing, proceeding, profluent, rising, serial, successive, transitional, traveling, uninterrupted III index continuous, corrigible, direct (uninterrupted), liberal (broad minded), radical (favoring drastic change), sophisticated

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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