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Put aside endless Outback parties and repetitious beach forays, though, and you might be charmed by this familiar-not-familiar boy-meets-boy tale.

On top of these chipsets, electronic drum sets’ sensitive components must be built durably enough to endure prolonged exposure to repetitious, high-pressure strikes, which adds to the cost of materials.

The definition that underlay all the implications and innuendos was that in order to qualify as a song a sequence of sounds had simply to be rhythmic and repetitious.

It’s fiery, it’s sometimes the tiniest bit whiny, it’s a little repetitious, and it’s eyebrow-raising with a dash of heated argument-starter for zest.

Some of the old episodic shows were good to do, but it got to be repetitious.

The spirit of play infused into the simplest and most repetitious of household tasks banishes drudgery.

From here on the repetitious statements of assignment of half of each song group to each brother will be omitted.

But in the process he was tiresomely repetitious, though not to so irritating an extent as he at times became.

Somewhere a record shop fed repetitious music to the night air.

He who sees no deeper into the play than this praises certain scenes or passages, but finds the whole repetitious and confusing.


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On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to repetitious, such as: boring, redundant, repetitive, alliterative, dull, and echoic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.