Examples of repeatedly in a Sentence
I've told him repeatedly not to do that.
Recent Examples of repeatedly from the Web
During last year’s presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly attacked the Obama administration’s economic record.
Flynn has repeatedly said dishonesty is one of the most egregious offenses that can be committed by a member of law enforcement.
Warren Buffett has repeatedly emphasized in past interviews that little can derail the U.S. economy.
The camera lingers on each of these Coopers, and David Lynch repeatedly flashes back to the possessed Cooper staring at himself in the mirror—himself, but also Cooper, and also Bob.
Kyle repeatedly hit the boy with a baseball bat, a belt, a pole and several other objects, according to court records.
In defending his decision, Turner has repeatedly invoked grim memories of Hurricane Rita in 2005, when problems from an evacuation of 3 million -- roughly half of greater Houston -- were blamed in many of the more than 100 deaths reported.
France’s 64-year-old First Lady has been repeatedly mocked and maligned for the 24-year age difference between her and 39-year-old President Emmanuel Macron (except by President Trump, who shamelessly commented on her lithe figure).
Over the past few years, ISIS has repeatedly targeted tourist hot spots across Europe and the wider Mediterranean region.
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First Known Use of repeatedly
Synonymsagain and again, constantly, continually, frequently, hourly, much, oft, oftentimes (or ofttimes), over and over, often
Antonymsinfrequently, little, rarely, seldom
Related Wordsalways, consistently, continuingly, continuously, night and day, perpetually, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; afresh, again, anew; commonly, habitually, ordinarily, regularly, routinely; intermittently, periodically, recurrently; generally, usually
Near Antonymsnow, now and then, occasionally, sometimes, sporadically; ne'er, never; once
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