from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. More than once; again and again.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Done several times or in repetition.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. More than once; again and again; indefinitely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With repetition; more than once; again and again indefinitely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. several time
I use the term repeatedly throughout the book as a shorthand for the fusion of the two economies, but owe Ferguson a debt for coining the term.
Justin loved his fans, but writing his name repeatedly on little scraps of paper was the part of celebrity that he could do without.
At first, the phrase repeatedly quoted by elderly aunts, “God works in strange and mysterious ways,” surfaced.
Little that Caroline said or did during this period proved particularly newsworthy, yet her name repeatedly appeared in the press.
Then Lieberman went on Meet the Press and used the term repeatedly, hisownself.
Terror and repression were the order of the day, with ever a growing unrest in the higher circles, while the native population at large seemed to be completely cowed -- "brutalized" is the term repeatedly used by Rizal in his political essays.
Catherine Deneuve calls his name repeatedly as she walks through Mroué's desolate and much destroyed Lebanese village.
A Senator from Mass. is dblan9 11 minutes ago 4:28 PM I just was able to forget about Bob Loblaw last Thursday after 5 weeks of saying his name repeatedly and then here you come along with your name puttin it back in my Head!
She MISpronounced it and didn't even seem to know who they were, even though we hear their name repeatedly on the news because of their charitable foundation s, etc.
Help, I'm a Rock is a rhythmic jam that largely consists of chanting the title repeatedly while all sorts of sounds get built up around it, It Can't Happen Here is a bunch of a capella muttering and "singing" of whatever, and Return of the Son of Monster Magnet takes the "sound collage" concept to a hilarious level.