Definition of monotonously in English:

monotonously

adverb

  • See monotonous

    • ‘Here the actors spoke slowly, reverently, and monotonously, with pauses long enough for the audience to go out for a smoke.’
    • ‘They have not lost at the ground in a league game in 11 visits, and won yesterday in a manner which has become monotonously predictable.’
    • ‘‘We need to go,’ he said, slowly and monotonously.’
    • ‘Sure enough, the driver was nearing a stop - a little too fast, incidentally - and the Stop Requested sign was beeping monotonously.’
    • ‘They just keep on turning out winners almost monotonously.’

Pronunciation

monotonously

/məˈnɒt(ə)nəsli/