[ adverb ] several time
"it must be washed repeatedly"
Used in print(Philip Reaves, "Who Rules the Marriage Bed?"...)
This woman repeatedly complained she was `` too tired '' for marital relations .(Gibson Winter, The Suburban Captivity of the...)
In a rapidly changing society congregations will run_into difficulties repeatedly , since such nice balances of economic integration are hard to sustain in the metropolis for more_than a single generation .(Public Papers of the Presidents of the U.S. D. D....)
As I have repeatedly stated , this provision is much more restrictive than the general law , popularly known_as the Buy American Act .(Morton A. Kaplan and Nicholas de B. Katzenbach,...)
More emphasis was put upon the fact that international_law was the law of `` civilized nations '' ; Kent and Story , the great early American scholars , repeatedly made_use_of this phrase , or of `` Christian nations '' , which is a substantial equivalent .