Examples of repetitious in a Sentence
He was bored by the repetitious work.
Her writing can be repetitious.
Recent Examples of repetitious from the Web
But the various Republican efforts in Georgia have been just as repetitious — Ossoff/Pelosi, Ossoff/Hollywood, and little mention of Handel.
The aftermath of loss is exhausting, repetitious, and often very, very dull—and so is training for a marathon.
This all may sound repetitious, but the infectious personalities of the performers — topped off with great singing voices and Camille Edralin’s dynamic choreography — just keep the songs rolling along.
A real-life literary couple gets a fictional wedding, courtesy of the playwright and director Edward Einhorn, who maps Stein and Toklas’s relationship in an approximation of Stein’s swirling, repetitious prose style.
Schneider’s lyrics can get a little repetitious, but no more so than today’s radio hits.
The pictures — casual, artless and repetitious — are images within images.
My only real complaint, beyond a growing sense that survival in a narrative vacuum eventually starts to feel repetitious, is the minimalist interface: it’s crude and a little problematic.
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First Known Use of repetitious
REPETITIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of repetitious for English Language Learners
: having parts, actions, etc., that are repeated many times in a way that is boring or unpleasant : having too much repetition
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