rotelike

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Etymology[edit]

rote +‎ -like

Adjective[edit]

rotelike (comparative more rotelike, superlative most rotelike)

  1. Like a rote, repetitious
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Art Listings”, New York Times:
      Their hazy, flickering surfaces mix bits of history (the space race, the civil rights movement, the cold war) with eruptions of weirdly rotelike graphic finesse — the windshield-wiper strokes with which Rauschenberg brought his images to the surface.

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