step-by-step


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step-by-step

adjective by degrees, continuous, creeping, gradational, gradual, graduated, in steps, leisurely, measured, methodical, orderly, paced, part of a process, progressive, regular, slow, slow-paced, snail-like, systematic, unhurried
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