He prefers a conversation, and conversations aren't etched in stone, they're iterative.
He knows his own mind, and hammers his doctrines out with a hard and iterative stroke that hits its mark.
The style is that of the pulpit, iterative, florid, and full of amplifications; but that was natural.
Studied verses undoubtedly—musical, and mournful, and iterative.
"involving repetition," late 15c., from French iteratif (c.1400), from Late Latin iterativus, from iterat-, past participle stem of iterare (see iteration). As a noun, from 1854. Related: Iteratively.