monotonously

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Etymology[edit]

monotonous +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

monotonously (comparative more monotonously, superlative most monotonously)

  1. In a manner that is tedious, repetitious or lacking in variety.
    She worked monotonously at the assembly line.
  2. In a droning manner, that does not change pitch.
    The minister spoke monotonously and his congregation began to doze.

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