Inflationary



of, pertaining to, reflective of, or causing :
inflationary prices.
Contemporary Examples

The part that we call our universe condensed out of that inflationary chaos like a water droplet forming out of a cloud of steam.
Welcome to the Multiverse! Alexander Fabry February 10, 2011

The stimulus package and the inflationary effects of recent Federal Reserve policy might shock the banks back to life some day.
Geithner’s Stress Test Sham Frank Partnoy May 6, 2009

A free-spending government can print all the money its liberal, inflationary heart desires.
Welcome Back to the Gold Rush Howard Blum April 27, 2011

The disasters of the 1930s pushed central banks towards an inflationary bias.
Carmen Reinhart on Why the Central Bankers Will Eventually Be Tempted to Inflate Megan McArdle April 14, 2013

Creating new money to bid up asset prices is also inflationary.
Japan’s Fiscal Crossroads: Will Abenomics Mean Tougher Changes? Daniel Gross July 25, 2013

Historical Examples

To escape the cruel fate of inflationary corrosion, it has to be reinvested.
After the Rain Sam Vaknin

While we control this inflationary pressure we must look forward to the time when this extraordinary demand will subside.
State of the Union Addresses of Harry S. Truman Harry S. Truman

Paradoxically, an inflationary period is a period of certainty.
After the Rain Sam Vaknin

Since then we have seen demonstrated the strength of the inflationary pressures which we have to face.
State of the Union Addresses of Harry S. Truman Harry S. Truman

We must avoid any contribution to inflationary processes, which could disrupt sound growth in our economy.
Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to 2006 Various

adjective
of, relating to, causing, or characterized by inflation: inflationary wage claims
adj.

1916, from inflation + -ary.

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