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Over and over again; constantly.‘they have been warned repeatedly with no effect’
frequently, often, again and again, time and again, time and time again, time after time, many times, on many occasions, many a time, many times overday in, day out, day after day, week in, week out, night and day, all the timepersistently, recurrently, constantly, continually, regularlyoftentimesad nauseam24, 7many a time and oft, oft, oft-timesView synonyms
- ‘From that point on we showed her reaching out repeatedly, trying again and again to find ways out of the maze she found herself trapped in.’
- ‘More realisations are bound to come to me over the next ten days but my housemate repeatedly informed me that Goldie lives in Northwood.’
- ‘She repeatedly called such members of the audience to the dance floor.’
- ‘Hughes uses a lot of graveyard imagery, repeatedly emphasising the darkness of his subject matter.’
- ‘Neruda repeatedly spoke for persecuted writers, including, or especially, those with whom he disagreed.’
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