View synonyms for repeatedly


[ ri-pee-tid-lee ]


  1. again and again; over and over:

    Once I got into the music and started listening to it repeatedly, I was able to piece together the lyrics.

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In December, regulators in Massachusetts accused Robinhood of using gamification — such as colorful confetti that appeared on-screen after deposits and trades — to “incentivize continuous and repeated engagement with the application.”

Now, in office for a little over three weeks, she is facing a second round of calls for her resignation after a string of reports revealed her repeated endorsements of political violence and extremism.

It’s specifically designed to be reusable for repeated exploration of the moon, and it’s the only one of the three contenders with a horizontal crew cabin.

The repeated talk of problem passengers in Row 12 led the captain to mistakenly head toward 12,000 feet, not a higher altitude given by air traffic control to keep planes safely apart.

Typically people get better and better in repeated breath holds, in part because their spleens are squeezing more oxygen-carrying red blood cells into circulation.

And yet Dempsey and others have repeatedly said ISIS cannot be defeated militarily.

Speaking of the literature you love, the Bloomsbury writers crop up in your collection repeatedly.

Over the course of the year, Klaus would repeatedly, through word and deed, demonstrate his sympathies with Putin.

Images of the hotel crop up repeatedly in his paintings, sometimes plagued by bats or monsters.

In it, Kraven the Hunter tracks down Spider-Man, shoots him repeatedly, and leaves him for dead, buried underground.

But I hope at least to play to him a few times, and what is more important, to hear him play repeatedly.

Lieutenant Colonel Buell, in command at Independence, although repeatedly warned, allowed himself to be surprised.

She has since been repeatedly employed as a nurse to Small-pox patients, without experiencing any ill consequences.

He was repeatedly a member of the Kentucky legislature, and served two years in congress.

Mr. Osborne was repeatedly warned to leave the country, but he paid no attention to the warnings.