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noun as in redundancy

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It had many—the word now, I notice, instead of variations, everyone endlessly says iterations—it had many iterations.

“There are various iterations of my life out there,” says Billy Hayes, digging into his Eggs Benedict at a Manhattan diner.

The first few iterations of air sorties would have a good chance of taking out numerous ISIS vehicles and personnel.

Eight iterations in, Mario Kart has become something of a known quantity.

Taking more than a day and several iterations of a story to acknowledge it is where things get dicey.

Her iterations upon money were the vile constraint of an awakened interest and wonderment at its powers.

They passed upstairs, kissed, and amidst the endless iterations fell asleep.

People of intelligence are growing tired of the platitudes of the pulpit—the iterations of the itinerants.

"'Od, but ye do leeve in a godly neighbourhood here," said Willie, impatient with these clerical iterations.

We are thankful that its "damnable iterations" have now placed it beyond the limits of public toleration.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to iterations, such as: emphasis, repetition, and monotony.

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