iterative

[it-uh-rey-tiv, -er-uh-tiv]
adjective
1.
repeating; making repetition; repetitious.
2.
Grammar, frequentative.

Origin:
1480–90; < Late Latin iterātīvus. See iterate, -ive

iteratively, adverb
iterativeness, noun
uniterative, adjective
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iterative (ˈɪtərətɪv)
 
adj
1.  repetitious or frequent
2.  maths, logic See recursion another word for recursive
3.  grammar another word for frequentative
 
iteratively
 
adv
 
iterativeness
 
n

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Example sentences
Research on the iterative process that good writers use has informed the
  curriculum and instruction as well.
Our process is iterative which is the secret sauce to coming up with good ideas.
The iterative books will be much richer than the old ones.
Technical people more often proceed through balancing tradeoffs, and iterative
  refinement.
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