cyclical[ sahy-kli-kuh l, sik-li- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cyclical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CYCLICAL
That – and the belief that history is cyclical and that there is always hope.
So, again, the law of cyclical movement is equally conspicuous here.
As indubitably it was created in some stage of its cyclical life-history.
The life of the individual consists of a series of processes which are cyclical.
The life of the species consists of a series of processes which are cyclical.
Cyclical, rolled up circularly, or coiled into a complete circle.
He had no chronology of their time, but subjected it to a cyclical calculation.
Life is monotonous and cyclical, and yet it is more than that.
This cyclical character of mental disturbance is often a marked feature.
Nay, we have but to cast our eyes over the rest of the world and cyclical change presents itself on all sides.