Thesaurus / repetitions


The fewer the emotional storms the less likelihood of repetitions of attacks of epilepsy.

PsychotherapyJames J. Walsh

They are the repetitions of a battering-ram that gives blow upon blow till the wall crumbles before it.

In other repetitions of this ceremony the writer has witnessed more of burlesque than on this occasion.

He utterly despised the avoidance of repetitions out of fear of tautology.

Repetitions of them became necessary; and an unconditional declaration was required.

There are several other repetitions of prohibitions in the book that could be spared-they only take up room for nothing.

Christian ScienceMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

I mentioned incidentally that four repetitions of the "Ariosto" exist, all derived presumably from the Cobham original.

GiorgioneHerbert Cook

Nor does he indulge in the repetitions and recapitulations that mar so many of the latter's works.

Musical PortraitsPaul Rosenfeld

That history is full of repetitions of just such stories as the one I have related.

My Own StoryEmmeline Pankhurst

After a dozen repetitions of this phenomenon we ceased to pay any attention to it.

GoldStewart White

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