Definitions

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  • adverb In a repetitive manner.

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  • adverb in a repetitive manner

Etymologies

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repetitive +‎ -ly

Examples

  • I've had enough of rappers and the media using this term repetitively in their songs and such to the point where it now appears to be common place and acceptable in everyday speech.

    Nigga Please

  • Gina - I had a creditor calling repetitively who did not believe that I was not the person they were trying ...

    Money Crashers

  • Maybe he's read somewhere that using a key word repetitively on one page gets you a higher ranking on Google!

    Iain Dale's Diary

  • When I can't have what I love, I have no problem calling repetitively and using my Web-searching skills to find out what the hell is going on.

    The Temple News

  • Gina - I had a creditor calling repetitively who did not believe that I was not the person they were trying ...

    Money Crashers

  • And, of course, telemarketers aren't allowed to harass customers by calling repetitively or being rude or abusive.

    American Chronicle

  • I always thought the ruined records thing was a symptom of the way I listen to them; I'm not always listening to a broad range of music but tend to get obsessed with records one at a time and listen to them repetitively, which is probably a really rubbish way to listen to music, but anyway.

    Ruined Music

  • The Korea Times covers the "Macro" software scene among Korean Gamers; this is software that automates tedious, repetitious in-game "grinding" tasks, such as repetitively hunting down and killing weak monsters.

    Boing Boing: March 26, 2006 - April 1, 2006 Archives

  • Each supporter constantly proclaims his blind faith to his president; on the radio are about three stations where songs are repetitively played that cry out the greatness of the government and the president, and the listeners are fully expected to sing along.

    “Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea” by Guy Delisle (Drawn and Quartely, 2007) « The BookBanter Blog

  • Each supporter constantly proclaims his blind faith to his president; on the radio are about three stations where songs are repetitively played that cry out the greatness of the government and the president, and the listeners are fully expected to sing along.

    2010 February 23 « The BookBanter Blog

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