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repeated
Definition:
Done or spoken again; frequent.

Synonyms:

adjective
continual
aeonian, ceaseless, connected, consecutive, continuous, dateless, endless, enduring, eternal, everlasting, interminable, permanent, perpetual, persistent, persisting, regular, relentless, repeated, repetitive, running, steady, timeless, unbroken, unceasing, unchanging, unending, unfailing, unflagging, uninterrupted, unremitting, unvarying, Staying, oft-repeated, around-the-clock, unwaning.
continuous
ceaseless, coherent, connected, consecutive, consistent, constant, continual, continued, continuing, continuous, cyclical, endless, even, everlasting, extended, featureless, flat, habitual, homogeneous, incessant, indefatigable, interminable, invariable, lasting, level, looped, monolithic, monotonous, nonstop, perennial, perpetual, persistent, prolonged, recurrent, regular, repetitive, seamless, sequential, stable, steady, straight, unbroken, unceasing, unchangeable, unchanging, undeviating, undivided, undying, unending, unfaltering, uniform, unremitting, unvarying, gapless, robot-like, un-intermittent, no end of, no end to, day and night, for ever and ever, on a treadmill, on treadmill.
cyclical
circular, patterned, seasonal.
double
bifold, binary, binate, coupled, dual, dualistic, duple, duplex, duplicate, geminate, paired, second, twice, twin, two times, twofold, as much again.
familiar
accustomed, commonplace, conventional, customary, domestic, everyday, homespun, household, humble, informal, intimate, known, mundane, native, natural, ordinary, plain, prosaic, proverbial, recognizable, routine, simple, stock, unceremonious, unsophisticated, usual, wonted, workaday, matter-of-fact, garden variety, old hat.
frequent
common, frequent, many, often, prevalent, usual, habitual, recurrent.
habitual
accepted, addicted, automatic, chronic, common, confirmed, constant, continual, cyclic, disciplined, fixed, habitual, hardened, ingrained, inveterate, iterative, mechanical, methodical, normal, perfunctory, practiced, reiterative, repetitious, rooted, seasoned, set, standard, systematic, traditional, Addicting, Familiar, Iterated.
haunting
memorable, obsessive.
permanent
standing.
perpetual
imperishable, returning, sempiternal, without end, never-ceasing, neverending.
recurrent
recurrent, Isochronal, Isochronous, chainer.
repeated
copied, duplicate, frequent, habitual, perennial, periodic, recast, recurrent, Duplicated, Echoed, Imitated, Iterated, Paraphrased, Quoted, Reciprocated, Recited, Recurring, Reiterated, Remade, Replicated, Retold, restated, reproduced, recapitulated, rehashed, reworked, redone, reduplicated, done over, refashioned, reannounced, reuttered.
reproduced
printed, transcribed, Replicated, blueprinted, dittoed, mimeographed, reprinted.
restored
Returned.
unforgettable
haunting.
noun
again
ad infinitum, again, over, renewed, repeatedly, yet again.
repeated
continual, perennial, recurrent.
verb
imitated
copied, feigned, mirrored, portrayed, pretended, reflected, simulated, Aped, Duplicated, Echoed, Emulated, Flattered, Imitated, Impersonated, Mimicked, Mocked, Paralleled, Parodied, Replicated, Resembled, Counterfeited, mimed, parroted.
repeat
chime, din, echo, hold over, imitate, ingeminate, iterate, play back, quote, reappear, recapitulate, reciprocate, recite, reconstruct, recrudesce, recur, redo, refashion, reform, rehash, rehearse, reissue, reiterate, relate, remake, renew, replay, reprise, reproduce, rerun, restate, retell, return, revert, revolve, rework, run over, reoccur, come again, make like, drum into, read back, play over, go over again, occur again, resay, reshow, sing same old song, ditto*.
repeated
Recited, Recurred.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Nobody like me," Jerry repeated. – The Reclaimers by Margaret Hill McCarter
  2. Many times it repeated this. – Hawk Carse by Anthony Gilmore
  3. " Go your ways," he repeated. – Dreamers of the Ghetto by I. Zangwill
  4. " Oh, quite happy," Chatty repeated very softly, with that look into the distance, which only her mother saw. – A Country Gentleman and his Family by Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
  5. Yes, repeated Maria Consuelo, we must not see each other any more after this. – Don Orsino by F. Marion Crawford

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