from The Century Dictionary.

  • By reiteration; repeatedly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb Repeatedly.

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  • adverb repeatedly


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reiterated +‎ -ly


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  • Jinny Jeffries knew that he was in the palace, and Jinny had been reiteratedly warned about the danger of betraying that knowledge.

    The Fortieth Door

  • Turks ascended this form in turn, stood, bowed, knelt, prostrated themselves in silent prayer, reiteratedly.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • You remember the almost rough 'No!' with which, reiteratedly, he met the suggestions of the deputation from Jerusalem that sought to induce him to say that he was more than he knew himself to be, and how he stuck by that infinitely humble and beautiful saying, 'I am a voice' -- that is all.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture St. Luke

  • "I must go, but first make me known to your friend Miss Stanley, you see I know her by instinct;" but "Lady Emily Greville's carriage!" now resounded reiteratedly, and gentlemen with cloaks stood waiting, and as she put hers on, Lady Emily stooped forward and whispered,

    Tales and Novels — Volume 10

  • Mary was the following: -- The prior of a convent in Paris had reiteratedly entreated Varillas the historian to examine a work composed by one of the monks; and of which -- not being himself addicted to letters -- he wished to be governed by his opinion.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)

  • His opinion was also most strongly and reiteratedly pressed upon him by his masters, the Court of Directors.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 12 (of 12)

  • So that, whether a prosecution is intended or a prosecution dropped, there is always cause why Mr. Hastings should not give the Court of Directors the least satisfaction concerning his conduct, notwithstanding, as we shall prove, he has reiteratedly promised, and promised it in the most ample and liberal manner.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 10 (of 12)

  • They all despaired of obtaining it from the coalesced powers, whilst they had a gang of professed regicides at their head; and several of the least desperate republicans would have joined with better men to shake them wholly off, and to produce something more ostensible, if they had not been reiteratedly told that their sole hope of peace was the very contrary to what they naturally imagined: that they must leave off their cabals and insurrections, which could serve no purpose but to bring in that royalty which was wholly rejected by the coalesced kings; that, to satisfy them, they must tranquilly, if they could not cordially, submit themselves to the tyranny and the tyrants they despised and abhorred.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 06 (of 12)

  • [_CATTY sighs and groans, striking the back of one hand reiteratedly into the palm of the other -- rises -- beats the devil's tattoo as she stands -- then claps her hands again.

    Tales and Novels — Volume 08


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