- pertaining to or characterized by repetition.
Origin of repetitive
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Examples from the Web for repetitively
They could repetitively test a new design—a V-shaped hull, for example, that deflects the blast—until the armored beast survived.How a Thumb-Sized Gauge Is Revolutionizing Traumatic Brain Injuries
March 23, 2014
There have been far too many complaints too repetitively written about this general matter.Anne Hathaway's Magical "Night"
June 28, 2009
- characterized by or given to unnecessary repetition; boringdull, repetitive work
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Word Origin and History for repetitively
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