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Life glides on quietly and monotonously, so that I have hardly anything to tell you.
Then he raised his hand, and for a while his voice rose and fell monotonously, until Courthorne nodded.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
Time passed monotonously after they had examined a few stars.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
The navigation was monotonously continued from the 31st of May to the 10th of June.
They tossed and turned on their little beds, and the cheese-wring dripped monotonously downstairs.
Rain had begun in the early morning, at first very heavy, then fine and cutting, from low clouds which extended monotonously.
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Ten miles scudded by monotonously without a sign of the mounds around the one-hundred-and-seventy-mile camp.
Life would soon become so monotonously uniform and so uniformly monotonous as to be scarce worth the living.
I have never had a friend,” answered Latimer, monotonously; “I should scarcely know what to do with one.
The waves breaking monotonously against the rocks near by occasionally shimmered in the darkness.
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