repetitious


Also found in: Dictionary.
Related to repetitious: implacable, appreciative, considerate, finicky
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for repetitious

Synonyms for repetitious

characterized by repetition

Synonyms for repetitious

characterized by repetition

Synonyms

References in periodicals archive ?
(I was reminded, too, of the repetitious, fragmented style of Alain Robbe-Grillet--in particular, Jealousy or the screenplay of Last Year at Marienbad.
When William Faulkner was in Japan, as a kind of cultural showpiece for the State Department, he said in interview many interesting things, among them this: "I would say, and I hope, the only school I belong to, that I want to belong to, is the humanist school" Since his receipt of the Nobel Prize in 1950, Faulkner has made countless public statements along these same lines until they have become almost repetitious.
Repetitious: For the umpteenth time in the past year, Iran has told India it needs to make up its mind quickly if it wants to participate in a gas pipeline from the Persian Gulf to India.
Also, the wearied status of my boots resists cleaning in the form of repetitious smacking on pavement.
Most autistic children have difficulty learning language and social behaviour and may engage in repetitious or unusual behaviour.
Ms Sharp says with the relatively small number of claims it is difficult to identify any trends, but adds: "Repetitious themes include: delays in responding to calls and attendance to patients; and failure to diagnose or identify severity of condition."
For example, consider the media's powerful and repetitious messages, which often negatively alter the values and belief patterns of people worldwide.
I wish in the pages that follow to make several sallies at Yeats's notion--paradoxical on its face--that certain forms of repetitious monotony can liberate the creative and expressive faculties.
Cue far too much repetitious talk about morality and not enough action as the brothers debate what to do.
For hiring managers, the age of poring over repetitious, lackluster cover letters and resume could soon be coming to an end with the advent of video introductions (VINTROs), according to www.HireMeNow.com, a temporary and contract employment marketplace.
How do you keep a repetitious form from seeming repetitious?
ONE of the most important jobs of a county councillor is to keep in touch with residents and constituents and I thank Mr S Tarbet (Viewpoints, November 23) for drawing attention to my repetitious newsletters.
Thus, the system makes cleaning a repeatable, consistent process and flees staff from the task of repetitious manual syringing.
God of War 2, for PlayStation 2, is reportedly a tale of violent vengeance and endless, repetitious killing.
Sadly, it was a performance memorable more for its shambolic nature than its music, with false starts, songs abandoned mid-verse and a tendency for repetitious, drawn-out numbers.