Saturday, 3 March 2012

Entry: accretive (adj.)

In context: "It's making the same pivots and lunges and strokes over and over and over again, at you boys's age it's reps for their own sake, putting results on the back burner, why they never give anybody the boot for insufficient progress under fourteen, it's repetitive movements and motions for their own sake, over and over until the accretive weight of the reps sinks the movements down under your like consciousness into the more nether regions, through repetition they sink and soak into the hardware, the C.P.S."

Definition: Belonging to or characterized by accretion or continuous growth.


SNOOT score: 1

Page: 117

Source: Oxford English Dictionary

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