monotony

[ muh-not-n-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF monotony

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MONOTONY

Poor chap, and he'd been talkin' to me about the monotony of married life.

The monotony of savage life in this place became intolerable.

But without variety, life has no spice, and monotony wearies the soul.

He was something to vary the monotony of the great solemn silence of our world.

I must thank you for this other interest in the monotony of life.

The monotony was almost never broken, and he began to find it deadly.

Again they had to endure the monotony of loneliness, but what else was to be done?

And doubtless some break in the monotony gives a fillip of pleasure.

I know all about the "dullness" and "monotony" of rural life, bad housing and the rest of it.

For three and a half miles, nothing broke the monotony of the trip.

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