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[ UK /ɹˌɛpətˈɪʃəs/ ]
[ US /ˌɹɛpəˈtɪʃəs/ ]
  1. characterized by repetition
    repetitive movement
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How To Use repetitious In A Sentence

  • Gang formwork is designed to be assembled once then used many times without disassembly, and therefore a repetitious forming module is necessary.
  • They're a bit of recognition for excelling at jobs that, Wasserstein admits, are often boring and repetitious.
  • Pamela Berlin, who directed persuasively, can be faulted only for not having made the author trim some of his repetitiousness.
  • Its spacious interiors and colour scheme were admired, but many people found its repetitiousness boring.
  • It is a repetitious and tedious work, a mixture of scholarship and scurrilous invective, but Milton himself was well satisfied with it.
  • It turns out that a great deal of our conversational interaction involves the repetitious use of structure.
  • Anaphora should not be confused with epanorthosis, the repetitious use of a particular term for emphasis: the word element in certain of Ben Jonson's poems, for example. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 1
  • By the late nineties, many critics had begun to find Iranian films cloying and repetitious, and The Silence doesn't exactly help that particular cause.
  • Sadly, this was the point where I realised that Fuel have made the mistake of carrying on their signature riffs right through the album to the point of repetitiousness.
  • Sachs tells us that reading these impassioned letters eventually became repetitious and boring.
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