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iterant

[ it-er-uhnt ]
/ ˈɪt ər ənt /
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adjective

characterized by repetition; repeating.

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Origin of iterant

1620–30; <Latin iterant- (stem of iterāns), present participle of iterāre to repeat. See iterate, -ant
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Example sentences from the Web for iterant

  • One iterant sound alone, as it drew closer, stirred the silence of that evening: it was the voice of one crying in the wilderness.

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