What is the adjective for regressively?

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Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verb regress which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts.

regressive
  1. That tends to return, revert or regress.
  2. (of a tax) Whose rate decreases as the amount increases.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “We are offering the Bill to the Government in the hope that they will take it on board and run with this rather than their own regressive Bill.”
      “Lastly, are we really preparing for developed world status, or are we on a regressive path to under-developed status?”
      “He said the possibility of bringing back fees, being considered in a government review of third level funding, could prove regressive.”
regressious
  1. (very rare) that is characterized by, or indicative of a regression
regressed
  1. That has been subject to regression
regressional
  1. (statistics) Of or pertaining to regression.
regredient
  1. Going backward; regressive.
regressing
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