- n. The state of being repetitive.
- n. verboseness resulting from excessive repetitions
“One man's repetitiveness is another man's (or woman's) hammering home a point -- or something like that.”
“Hitler also underscored several other key propaganda tenets, such as repetitiveness and simplicity:”
“Both a high poly (A/T) and a high GC content result in an increased 'repetitiveness' and thus the propensity of polymerase slippage.”
“The story is, due to its repetitiveness neither too thrilling nor is it really historically exact.”
“Some of this arises on the level of phrase and sentence "share a surprising amount in common," "its cyclicality, its repetitiveness".”
“I mean, in terms of that process and the repetitiveness of it.”
“His only criticisms were of its repetitiveness and woeful overuse of commas.”
“It made the series a Top 20 hit for three seasons, until even fans grew tired of the repetitiveness and it quickly faded away.”
“AS THE MEDIA PRODUCED MASS HYSTERIA WORE OFF and the repetitiveness of the RHETORIC rang hollow there was nothing to cover the nakedness of the EMPEROR in his 'NEW' clothes.”
“As so often in films like this, where the depressing repetitiveness of the abuse can be numbing, it was the more casual remarks, such as "Soni broke my spirit" and "It was a violent, loveless, sad place" that brought home the emotional damage.”
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