monotonously[ muh-not-n-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF monotonously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MONOTONOUSLY
"I cannot tell you anything about them," Joan said monotonously.
The speaker suddenly began to whine softly and monotonously.
And the march continued, monotonously, almost like a bad sleep.
"You will find that you cannot," the passionless creature returned, monotonously.
And so for some two hours the vessel crept on, wearily as it seemed and monotonously.
Their cry is repeated, I admit, but the reason remains most monotonously the same.
"And she looks at me, and she wants to stay with me," he went on monotonously.
The navigation was monotonously continued from the 31st of May to the 10th of June.
Her final question had been asked as evenly, as monotonously as the others.
And, monotonously, vigorously, it drew the air in and out of its mouth.
1750, of sound, from Greek monotonos "of one tone" (see monotony). Transferred and figurative use, "lacking in variety, uninteresting," is from 1783. Related: Monotonously.