repeatedly

adverb
re·​peat·​ed·​ly | \ ri-ˈpē-təd-lē How to pronounce repeatedly (audio) \

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Examples of repeatedly in a Sentence

I've told him repeatedly not to do that.
Recent Examples on the Web And Senate Republicans have repeatedly rebuked their Democratic colleagues for blocking a bill. W. James Antle Iii, Washington Examiner, "Conservatives fear 'temporary relief' spending will lock in new government programs forever," 25 Mar. 2020 The canoes enabled them to repeatedly visit Chowra to clean debris, plant orchards and repair houses. Scientific American, "How Disaster Aid Ravaged an Island People," 25 Mar. 2020 Officials have repeatedly insisted there is no evidence yet of communal spread but have conducted relatively scant testing for the disease. Dallas News, "India’s prime minister orders 21-day lockdown to curb coronavirus," 24 Mar. 2020 That the president of the United States has repeatedly spread untruths about the coronavirus and the government’s response aggravates the situation. Tom Simonite, Wired, "The Professors Who Call ‘Bullshit’ on Covid-19 Misinformation," 24 Mar. 2020 However, Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton has repeatedly emphasized that many more people likely have the virus, some maybe with few symptoms. Rich Exner, cleveland, "Mapping Ohio’s 564 coronavirus cases, and daily trend," 24 Mar. 2020 North Korea has repeatedly said there hasn’t been a single case of the coronavirus on its soil. Fox News, "Trump offered Kim Jong Un coronavirus help in personal letter, North Korea says," 23 Mar. 2020 Whitmer has repeatedly advised Michigan residents to stay at home except for essentials. Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press, "Watch live: Gov. Whitmer announces 'stay at home' order for Michigan," 23 Mar. 2020 Stephen Hahn, the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, repeatedly walked back Trump’s statements, stressing that the agency was following its typical protocols for ensuring the safety of existing drugs and approving new ones. Lev Facher, STAT, "Trump says his belief in one potential coronavirus drug is ‘just a feeling’," 20 Mar. 2020

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First Known Use of repeatedly

circa 1718, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of repeatedly was circa 1718

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28 Mar 2020

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“Repeatedly.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/repeatedly. Accessed 1 Apr. 2020.

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