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- adj. that involves reiteration
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A word expressing repeated or reiterated action.
- n. A word formed from another, or used to form another, by repetition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A word or part of a word repeated so as to form a reduplicated word: as, prittle-prattle is a reiterative of prattle.
- n. In grammar, a word, as a verb, signifying repeated action.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by iteration
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It will dramatically reduce assistance to low-income children and youth, assuring that these cuts are not just one-time cuts, but that they have a long-term reiterative effect over the years as they touch future generations.
Davis's method has always been reiterative rather than narrative.
He failed to mention it because he carries within himself, like the majority of citizens do, a paranoiameter, a reflexive mental reflex that shrugs off the reiterative truth that the government is ... truly is ... owned and operated by economic, rather than moral or patriotic, interests.
That's almost identical to my diagram of Triessentialism, a simple reiterative systematic philosophy that explains everything.
'Modern evolutionary theorists' do always seem to have such a difficult time differentiating their own statements about "evolution" from "evolution" (whatever they happen mean by that term when they do manage to use it to mean something other than "statements about" evolution "" — there's a reiterative statement for ya ')
Heraclitus, reiterative timelines, Bohr and mystical events by Orpheus | LOST Theories
When this is a universal condition, the energy flow is uniform in reiterative patterns across magnitudes.
The first part that was reiterative was objected to on the basis that it was redundant.
“Sitting in Darkness,” by contrast, picked up the throbbing reiterative cadences of the gospel preacher, the calling Clemens had once considered.
After a little he confined himself to remarks on the personal attacks made on him by the other side, and even in doing that was reiterative rather than diffusive.