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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.
‘AS A WOMAN’ CHARTS A TRANSITION WITHIN EVANGELICAL SETTINGTERRI SCHLICHENMEYERJUNE 24, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
The spirit of play infused into the simplest and most repetitious of household tasks banishes drudgery.
EDUCATIONAL WORK OF THE GIRL SCOUTSLOUISE STEVENS BRYANT
From here on the repetitious statements of assignment of half of each song group to each brother will be omitted.
SEVEN MOHAVE MYTHSA. L. KROEBER
But in the process he was tiresomely repetitious, though not to so irritating an extent as he at times became.
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 3 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
Somewhere a record shop fed repetitious music to the night air.
SPACE PLATFORMMURRAY LEINSTER
He who sees no deeper into the play than this praises certain scenes or passages, but finds the whole repetitious and confusing.
DRAMATIC TECHNIQUEGEORGE PIERCE BAKER
The style of most of the documents in the original is involved, obscure, bombastic, and repetitious.
A SOURCE BOOK FOR MEDIAEVAL HISTORYOLIVER J. THATCHER
The fact is that Dickens with a method as broad and repetitious as that of Nature herself does succeed in hitting our fancy.
HUMANLY SPEAKINGSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
She was not a good letter writer, and even under the inspiration of love could not write above two pages of repetitious matter.
A SPOIL OF OFFICEHAMLIN GARLAND
I hope what I have told you has been something new and not repetitious.
WARREN COMMISSION (11 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
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