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


After ripping pieces of DNA out of viral invaders, CRISPR displays them between the repetitive sequences to form a library of viral suspects.
You may see it as an end-of-workday cleansing ritual, but your husband is — however we cast the details — to the general point of feeling weighed down by the repetitive, set-your-watch-predictable negativity of it.
While the main themes are standard sweeping orchestral tracks with major and minor notes, the battle themes are repetitive.
With foods like rice, beans, and tortillas often eaten at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, meals in Costa Rica can seem repetitive.
Find a platform that gathers data from all relevant sources, automates repetitive tasks, employs AI and deep learning to make meaningful recommendations, automates to assist, and keeps pace with changes in search all within a single interface.
Unfortunately, some odd design decisions have made my first day with the game a repetitive, overly simplistic mess, and it doesn't feel like the game will have much staying power.
Now imagine an exercise regime that’s just as repetitive and you’ll start to see why you should be rotating your workouts.
The first time around, settlements often looked machine-made, with buildings arranged in repetitive rows or random clusters.
Employees are burdened with dealing with their own tech support if software fritzes or paying for their own repetitive strain injury treatment if they bought the wrong home-office chair.
For example, Einstein, Salesforce’s AI-powered CRM system, can automate repetitive functions and tasks such as asking a customer questions to determine the nature of a call and routing the call to the right department.


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