repeated

[ ri-pee-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF repeated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPEATED

He repeated that he knew not how far that charge might have been brought home.

She came up to me, and repeated all these passages with tears.

Allister, laughing joyously, turned to the other three and repeated the question to them.

Let me tell you that Dirk Colson would not have repeated that sentence for the world!

Smithson repeated, evidently somewhat disturbed by the information.

"It's too absurd to think about," Gilder repeated, impatiently.

There was infinite pathos in the tones as she repeated the words so fraught with dreadfulness.

"I pay them the same as the other stores do," he repeated, sullenly.

He repeated the words with a grimace of exasperation: "My name!"

Dick repeated his question, unobservant of its first effect.

WORD ORIGIN

"frequent," 1610s, past participle adjective from repeat (v.). Related: Repeatedly.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REPEATED

haunting

adjectiveunforgettable
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