monotonousness

[ muh-not-n-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF monotonousness
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I will not tell you how we sought to vary the monotonousness of imprisonment.

Without any objective change whatever, variety had taken the place of monotonousness.

WORD ORIGIN

1750, of sound, from Greek monotonos "of one tone" (see monotony). Transferred and figurative use, "lacking in variety, uninteresting," is from 1783. Related: Monotonously.

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